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PUBILISIES ALL COUNTY AND TOW
MANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAYL JAN. 18, 1898.
We are Prepared.
There is no house in Clarendon county
who are more anxious to serve the people
than we are, and there is no house better
prevart-d to meet the wants of the people
than we are.
We have on band a large :ocik of Flonr
which we offer at very close prices.
Just received another large lot of the best
Red Rust Proof Oats at 55c per bushel.
Corn taken in exchange for oats.
Remember that we have a large lot of
Tobacco Cloth on hand at lie per yard, the
lowest price ever named on these goods.
1 quart tin buckets at 4e each; 2 quart
tin buckets at 5c each; 3 quart tin backets
at 7c .acb; 1 quart coffee pots at 7c each.
A large assortment of flat and deep milk
pans at prices that will surprise you.
Six nice tin teaspoons at only 4c.
If you want to see a surprise in the way
of cheap goods, come and see the line of
fast color Calicoes we offer at 3.;c per yard.
A splendid grade of Jeans at 15c per
We wish to close out our hne of Blankets
and Comforts and we offer the entire line
at a sacrifice. Nice all-wool Blankets at
$2.5') to $.50 per pair.
A. ople who are going to lay in their
spring supply of Groceries will do well to
see our prices on Flour, Sugar, Coffee. Ba
con, Lard and Tobacco. We will save
W. E. JENKINSON.
Notice is hereby given
that no advertisements will
be hereafter changed in this
paper where the copy is
brought in later than Sat
Major Land of Foreston was in town on
Onion sets. R. B. Loryea, the druggist.
Dr. James McDowell spent several days
here last week.
Mr. L. K. Howie has moved into the
Big stock of fine candies. . B. Loryea,
Mrs. H. T. Avant has gone to Wade, N.
C., to visit her son.
If you have weak eyes'and need glasses,
go to Brockinton's drug store.
Solicitor John S. Wilson is in attendance
upon the Legislature.
Fresh garden seed, all varieties. I. B.
Loryea, the druggist.
Mr. W. B. Dickson is building a new
house opposite Capt. D. J. Bradham's,
j3rockinton has a full line of spectacles.
and can fit young or old eyes. Try him.
Mrs, E. M. Seabrook of Edisto Island is
on a visit to her father, Rev. James Mc
Sewing machine needles, all kinds. R.
B. Loryea, the druggist.
Hon. E. M. Seabrook, -a member of the
Lgislature from Charleston. spent Sunday
in Manning and returned to Columbia last
Everybody likes good perfumery. Dr.
Brockinton has a full supply of all kinds
andt can please you.
-A glance over the Supervisor's report in
this issue will show where the taxes have
gone. It takes money to run a county and
when you haven't the money it will have
tobemrn on a cretit.
Palmetto sewing machine oil, warranted
not to freeze or gum, 5 and 10c bottles. R.
B. Loryea, the druggis~t.
Governor Ellerbe offers a reward of $200
for the arres?, with evidence to convict, of
the person or persons who set fire to the
barns, stables, stock and produce of Mr.
M. S. Cantay, at Summerton, on December
*For Rent-Four-room cottage, S6; Net
tes house, 8 rooms, Slis. Apply Mrs. E. C.
Arook. 19 -tf
Lieutenant A. C. Davis, it is said, says
be will not return home until a bridge-is
built from Cuba to the United States. He
had a rough experience on the sea, We
wondar if there is not ayoung lady in town
figuring on the cost of a bridge at this time.
Two hundred bushels rust proof oats,
cheap for cash, or will exchange for corn
and peas. Legg Ak Butchinson. [24-tf
The contract for the construction of the
tuzter and Wateree railroad to be built by
the South Carolina and Georgia company,
was awarded last week to Oliver & Walker
of Langley, S. C. The contractors gave a
boc d of $10,000 for the faithful performance
of the work.
. The Manning Academy will open Mon
day. October 3. Tnition, SI, $2. $3 and $4.
Fnglish, Latin, French. music and art
taght. E. C. Assunoor.
sergeant Henry Appelt of Company I,
econd Regiment, South Carolina Volun
teers, now stationed in Cuba, has, through
United States &enator McLaurin, seenred
an honorable discharge from the army, and
he will, on his return to his home in Dar
lington, enter upon the discharge of his
duties. as assistant postmaster. to which po
sition he was recently appointed. Sergeant
Appet is a brother of THE TDIEs editor.
For overworked girls and feeble women,
Simnons Squaw Vine Wine or tablets are
nature's greatest boon. Sold by Dr. WV M
The taxes have been extended to Febru
ary in order to give the few who are behind
an opportunity to paty without penalty. As
far as this county is concerned the exten
sion will not benefit many. The treasurer
has collected within two thousand dollars
of the whole amont to be collected, which
is a very clos.e collection, and we doubt if
he will be able to collect much more than
one-fourth still remaining unpaid wittout
To subdue nervons irritability, neuralgia.
hyera. st. Vitus' dance, use simmnons
Squaw Vine Wine or tablets. Sold by Dr.
In the House of Representatives last Fri
day while a yea andt nay vote was being
taken, Mr. Geo. R. Jones of this county
arose and announced that he changed his
vote from "nay to yea," whereupon Speaker
Gary announced that "Mr. .Jones changes
his name, oh, ah! I mean his vote." This
slip on the part of the Speaker created con
siderable laughter. We know that Mr.
Jones had no idea of having his name
changed at this session of the Legislature.
even if his wife does not accompany him.
Morning siekness, or nausea from preg
-nancy, is d~pelled by Simmons Squaw
Vine Winc tablets. Sold by Dr. W M
The News has secured the services of
Marion M. Clark, who will in future as
sist us in getting~ out our paper. Although
a young man, Mr. Clark has r nsiderable
experience in newspaper wo'k being for
mer editor of the Lake City, ~. C.) Times,
and we have no doubt will pro le a vaiua
ble acquisition to the paper. He will call
on the business people ot..Fernandina and
any courtesies shown him will be duty ap
preciated by the management.-Fernien
dia (Fla.) News.
To relieve mental worry, cure despon~d
ency and give refreshing sleep, use Sim
mona Squaw Vine Wine or tablets. Sold
by Dr. W hT Brockinton.
Major Green. colored, who - was arrested
in Manning not long ago, charged with be
ing a party to the murder of .\lr. H. H.
Paulinuag at Fort Motte on the night of De
cember 17th, last, was tried in Orangeburg
last Friday and found guilty. Green was
one of the five tried on the same charge,and
three were acquitted. Taylor. who was ar
rested in Mauning with Green. is amongt
the three acanitted. Major Green and
Warby Wine vill pay the death penalty
for a cowardly murder. Wine confessed
his crime and the finding of the dead wan's
watch in Green's trunk in Manning is what
wound the evidence of guilt around his
Mr. T. Z. Noles of Byron, Ark., says:
".\iy daughter had been chilling about
nIne months and I had used four different
chill tonics according to directions, and
they did not cur-e. One bottle of Ramon's
Pepsin Chill Tonic cured hcr. She has not
cLilled in nearly three months. I bought
two more bottles 'nd cured three cases of
cbills with them. I am not willing-to be
without Ramon Chill Tonie and Pills. For
sale by Dr. W. M. Brockinton, Manning,
The first week of the Legislature has
gone and as was expected very little of gen
eral importance was accomplished. The
lower house has been flooded with bills and
these were assigned to the proper commit
tees. The bill to extend the collection of
taxes to February 28th passed with an
amendment to return penalties collected.
A bill to permit the civil court to open in
this county immediately after the criminal
court finishes its work has received a favor
able report and is now before the Senate
with a strong probability of. passing. A
bill to exempt Clarendon from requiring a
license to traffic in seed cotton was unfa
vorably reported on, but placed upon the
calendar. [Since writing the above the
bill has been killed.j
Clarendon's representatives were at their
posts of duty at the opening of the session
and stand ready to look after all interests
affecting the county with a disposition to
help the county rid itself of debt without
increasing the taxes. At a delegation meet
ing a policy was outlined and if followed
as we believe it will be, there will be no
friction and all four representatives will
pull together for the county's welfare. In
the matter of appointments the delegation
have a number of petitions for magistrates
and county commissioners, but these will
not receive attention until after the Gover
nor is inauguarated, when the delegation
will go over all the papers and make rec
I The general scope of legislation will be
found on another page and we hope our
readers will follow the proceedings closely,
and if at any time any suggestions to the
representatives are desired we can speak
for the whole delegation when we say that
suggestions from home are invited and
will receive due consideration.
The writer will endeavor to send an in
teresting letter to TiE TitEs every week
and we hope when this session ends the
people will be able to say they are not dis
appointed in tne Clarendon delegation.
Our representatives have been assigned
to the following committees:
Senator Appelt - Contingent Accounts,
Engrossed Bills, Medical Affairs, Military,
Hon. H. B. Richardson-ommeca and
Manufactures, Public Schools.
Hon. I. M. Woods-Federal Relations,
Hon. Geo. R. Jones-State House and
Grounds, Mines and Mining.
How to Enjoy Life.
I cannot speak too highly of Ramon's
Liver Pills & Tonic Pellets. After trying a
great many rmedies and finding no relief
I was told to try Ramon's Liver Pills and
Tonic Pellets, and after the first dose I felt
better, though I kept up the use as direct
ed, and now I can eat anything I want to
and am not bothered with that soreness and
fullness in the stomach. I can safely rec
ommend them toall sufferers from indiges
tion and liver complaint.-J. P. Nash, Bills,
Ark. For sale by Dr. W. M. Brockinton,
Manning, S. C.
A Card From C. W. Kendall.
We reel it our duty right here at the be
ginning of this new year to thank our
friends or Clarendon and the adjoining
counties for their liberal patronage during
the past year. The times were very heard,
indeed, an'd money was scarce, but with all
that we did very near twice the business
this last year than the year preceding it.
Competition was very sharp at times, but
we have always tried to give you the best
goods at the lowest prices the markets ecould
Our millinery department was quite a
success. We did not care very much to go
into it at first, but being encouraged by
some of our lady friends, we went into it
and we had several ladies to tell us our $2
hats were much nicer than some at other
places in town ror $3 and $3.50. Our mil
liner will be hem from Baltimore in due
tite for next spring and we will show you
a much nice: line than has ever been here
Some of our competitors may try to con
vince you to trade with them and not us.
They have told you different things about
us. They have been telling you falsehoods
and will tell you anything, regsrdless of
priciple, just to keep you from trading
with us. WVhy, just today a young man
came in our store and said he had been in
another store in town looking at some shoes
and he told the man he wanted to come to
the Racket Store to trade, or for the shoes
anyway, and the young man told him if he
cime to the Racket for shoes, just as soon
as he walked out on the street the bottoms
would fall out, as that was the kind of
shoes ,'e sold, and "bless your soul," he
sold himu the very same shoe for $1.12 that
we sold for $1 (oil tan creoles). I wonder.
i the bottoms would fall out of his.
That's the way they do. Pity the poor
merchant that can't sell you anything with
out continually talking about some other
man's goods; he will bear watching, When
you buy anything fromw us, if it does not
prove to be as re.presented, we will retund
I am going up North in a few weeks to
buy my spring stock, and in order to make
room for it, I will sell you somn winter
goods very cheap. at a sacrifice. '-gain I
thank you for the past tavors tLnd ask
for a continuance of same. You will hear,
from me later.
Yours for fair dealings,
C. W. Kri~Du.,
The Racket Man.
January 10. 1899.
Millhons Given Away.
It is certainly gratifying to the public to
k-now of one concern in the laud who are
not afraid to be generous to the needy and
suffering. The proprietors of Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumpiItion, coughs
and. colds, have given away ovei ten million
trial bottles of this great medicine: and
have the satisfaction ot knowing it has ab
solutely cured thousands of hopeless casr-s.
Asthma, bronchitis, hoarseness and all dis
eases of the throat, chest and lungs are
surely cured by it. Call on R. B. Loryea,
druggist, and get a trial bottle free. Regu
lr size 50c and $1. Every bottle guaran
teed or price refunded. 3
Lecture at the Methodist Church.
There will be a lecture delivered at the
Methodist church on Sunday afternoon,
January 22, by the pastor, Rev. P. B.
Wells, on the Life and Character of Moses.
The exercises will begin promptly at 4
o'clock. The public is most cordially in
vited to this service.
easte The Kind You Have Alway $1h
At the Methodist church, after the Sun
day morning services, there will be a short
session of the church conference. All of the
members are urged to be present. There
is business of importance to be transacted.
PalPryof Columbus, Ga., suffered ag
on fothirty years, and then cured his
Ipiles by using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
It heals injuries and skin diseases like
Imagic. R~ B Loryea, Manning; L W Net
tis oreston H T. Wilsn, .Toran.
Made A t'ond Fightf.
The correspondent of The News and
Courier has this to say ef Senator Appelt's
effort to exempt Clareridon County fron
the operations of the seed cotton licence
*Senator Appelt made an earnest pt a
for his bill. He said that the people of his
coun-ty desired to traffic in seed cotton
without being required to procure a i
cense, and that the question hid been
made an issue in the last carupaig., He
said the law was not observed, was not
enforced, and could not be entorced; that
Williamsburg County was exempt from the
license, and that that injured Clarendon
County, which adjoined Williamsburg.
'Ihat it was a purely local matter, and he
urged the Senators to vote for the mcas
. he Kind You Have Always Baught
A complete book on the Management of
the Tobacco Crop. by practical planters and
Experts, given away absolutely free to every
yearly subscriber to the Weekly News and
Courier, printed twice a week. Remember
it costs you nothing. All von have to do is
to send us $1 for one year's subscription to
the Weekly News and Courier and this val
nable book will be sent to you absolutely
We Lave only a limited number of these
books, so you must act quickly if you wish
to avail yourself of this liberal offer. Ad
dress The Weekly News and Couricr, Char
leston, S. C.
An Uncerta!n VIsease.
There i3 no disease more uncertain in its
,Iature than dyspepsia. Physicians say that
the symptoms of no two cases agree. It is
therefore most difficult to make a correct
iagnosis. No matter how severe, or under
whit disguise dyspepsia attacks you Browns'
Iron Bitters will cure it. Invaluable in all
diseases of the stomach, blood and nerves.
Browns' Iron Bitters is sold by all dealers.
Marriage at Wilson's Mills.
Married on the evening of the 11th
inst., by Rev. F. C. Spear of Fores
ton Ciicuit, at the home of the
bride's mother, H. S. Way of Panola,
S. C., to Juniata, daughter of the
late Col. W. A. Cannon of Florence,
S. C., and Mrs. W. H. Cannon, now
of Wilson's Mills, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Way left for their
home at Panola the following morn
ing, carrying with them the kind
wishes of their many friends in this
section, where the gentle bride has
the love of all who know her.
The Florence Times-Messenger and
Chesterfield Advertiser please copy.
Editor THE TnzS:
The following students of the Se
nior department of Packsville Acad
emy have suc'cessfully passed the
regular monthly examination, with
the following result and will form
the roll of honor for the ensuing
"Johnnie Barwick, 98; Louise Mc
Knight, 98; Elma Geddings, 95; Min
nie Curtis, 95; Viola Corbett, 95; Bes
sie Corbett, 94; Maggie Corbett, 93;
Henry Curtis. 93; Nomie Corbett, 92;
Polly Barwick, 92; Richard Brown,
90; Irene Touchberry, 89; Eunice
Broadway, 87; Myra Owen, 87; Car
rie McLeod, 87; Willie Bradham, 84;
Patrick Hodge, 84; Frances Stukes,
82; Jack Hodge, 70; Johnnie Mc
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Curtis spent
Sunday with the latter's mother near
Mrs. Laura Peary is visiting rela
ives in Columbia.
Mr. Robert Culp of Calvary con
ucted prayer-meeting service in the
Baptist church Sunday night.
Last Sunday night while at prayer
eeting at the Methodist church
ome thievish scoundrel stole Mr. Joe
odge's horse and carried him sev
eral miles away and, no doubt, fear
ing he might be caught, left the
orse in the road.
Mr. Iverson Mims of Silver visited
friends here yesterday; also the
andsome and gallant Willie and
obert Briggs put in an appearance.
Misses Lula Rivers and Leila Ged
dings have been visiting their friend,
iss Elma Geddings. We were very
uch pleased to have them call on
s in school last Tuesday.
The Misses Bell of Manning have
been on a visit to their sister here.
We regret to chronicle the serious
lness of Miss Addie Parsons at the
ome of her brother-in-law, Mr. John
Mrs. C. P. McKnight, who has been
eeping house for her brother, Mr.
. L. Cattino, for the past year, has
oved to her country home, two
Mr. T. P. Cuttino of Manning spent
a few days in our town last week.
The many friends of Miss Eva~ Cur
tis will be pleased to know that she
will entertain them in the near fu
ture by givineg an excellent birthday
fete. Her announcement will appear
Pretty little Mamnie aiid Hattie
Briggs of Silver spent Thursdeyv here
at the home of their teacher. Through
young, they are possessed of remark
able musical talent and are quite in
teresting and entertaining.
Guess what young lady resolved a
resolution, vowed a vowv and swore
off last Sunday night.
One young man says Summerton
is the garden spot of the world and
he is not possessed with a "yf" ei
ther. WVhat think ye?
We are a little envious of Mr. R. J.
Bradham for the valuable present
e received a few days ago-a nice
horse and buggy-the donor being
his generous and venerable father,
Sheriff D. J. Bradham.
We are glad to welcome Mr. T. M.
ouzon among us as salesman in the
store of Mr. D. M. Bradham.
We have been reliably informed
that the Atlantic Coast Line will ere
long be extended from Sumter to
amden, a distance of thirty miles,
vhich means much better accommo
dation on the Wilson and Summer
ton branch. Certainly this is a step
in the right direction.
Much has been said about the pet
rified man which has been exhibited
lmost everywhere and profited his
owner, Mr. Buff of Lexington county,
onsiderable pocket change, now ap
pears in Germany and proves to be a
ake, made of "lime and clay salici
tate." Suppose Mr. Buff was his
reator, he came very near making
him from the same material that all
other human beings were made of
cla-but we are not sure about the
ime and salicitate. However, they
got the money.
Next week we hope to guess who
will be the next couple to be mar
ried. Some things look suspicious.
yet if we guess wrong then, we will
order a young minister who is single
and then we will not doubt a
Packsville, S. C., Jan. 16, 1898.
A few doses of Dr. M A Simmons liver
medicie will do more for a weak stomach
than ai prolonged course of any other medi
cine. Sold by Dr. WV M Brockinton.
A man smiles when you speak of
his level head, but call it flat and he
Mr. S A Fackler, editor of the Micanopy
(Fla.) Hustler, with his wite and children,
suffered terni'oly from Ia grippe. One Min
ute Cogh Cure was the only remedy that
helped them. It acted quickly. Thou
sands of others use this remedy as a spe
ific for la grippe and its exhausting after
effects. R B3 Loryea, Manning; L W Net
tles Fo .n H L. Win .Toran.
1,1 gloomy anid nervous and looking on
the dark side of things,take a few doses Dr.
.1M A Simmons liver medicine and the vloom
will disappear. Sold by Dr. W M IBrock
To err is masculine; to forgive is
If irritable, out of sorts,- eprossed in
spirits, have a dull headache, take a few
doses Dr. MI A Simmons liver medicine
for quick relief. Sold by Dr. W M Brock
A boil in the pot is worth two on
Women's complexions depend for beauty
upon digestion. Dr. M A Simmons liver
medicine regulates the stomach, liver and
kidneys and secures the blessings of good
digestion. Sold by Dr. W M Brockinton.
Many a ball-room dress in cover
ing a warm heart reaches its limit.
Coughing injures and inflames sore
lungs. One Minute Cough Cure loosens
the cold, allays coughing and keals quick
ly. The best cough cure for children. H
B Loryea, Manning; L W Nettles, Fores
tn; H L Wilson, Jordan.
The unkindest cut of all is your
portrait in the country newspaper.
Horrible agony is caused by piles, burns
and skin diseases. These are immediately
relieved and quickly cured by DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve. Beware of worthless
imitations. R B Loryea, Manning; L W
Nettles, Foreston; H L Wilson, Jordan.
Happiness often consists of being
next in a crowded barber shop.
The smallest things may exert the great
est influence. DeWitt's Little Early Risers
are unequalled for overcoming constipation
and liver troubles. Small pill, best pill,
safe pill. R B Loryea, Manning; L W Net
tIes, Foreston; H L Wilson, Jordan.
The chief end of man is his foot
especially when he has to foot his
W H Nisbet, Cash's Depot, S. C., writes:
I had dispepsia; used Zeilin's Liver Regu
lator, but it did no good. I then tried Dr.
.1 A Simmons liver medicine; the first
package did me good. I continued its use
and was cured. Sold by Dr. W M Brock
Never tell a newly married man a
secret; wait a few weeks until he gets
To insure a happy new year, keep the
liver clear and the body vigorous by using
DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the famous
little pills for constipation and liver trou
bles. R B Loryea, Manning; L W Nettles,
Foreston; H L Wilson, Jordan.
If it is true that the clothes make
the man, some men ought to change
These are dangerous times for the health.
Croup, colds and throat troubles lead rap
idly to consumption. A bottle of One Min
ute Cough Cure used at the right time will
preserve life, health and a large amount of
money. Pleasant to take; children like it.
R B Loryea. Manning; L W Nettles, For
eston; H L Wilson, Jordan.
Instead of going to hell when he
dies, a man ought to be born again,
and be a woman.
La grippe is again epidemic. Every pre
cation should be taken to avoid it. Its
specific cure is One Minute Cough Cure.
A J Shepperd, publisher Agricultural Jour
nal and Advertiser, Elden, Mo., says: "No
one will be disappointed in using One M in
ute Cough Cure for Ia grippe." Pleasant
to take, quick to act. R .B Loryea, Man
ning; L W Nettles, Foreston; Ft L Wilson,
S, A. Righy's Store,
The Children's Toy Land,
The Young Folks' Dream.
The Old Folks' Joy.
We like to call this Children's Store, and
to ain extent it is, as a Christmas store
ought to be; but it is more than that, of
coarse, as a Christmas store must be.
We put the little ones on top and have
for them such a handsome variety of Toys,
more than ever and such kind as we have
nver shown before.
Dressed and Undressed,
Wooden and Iron
and a hundred more which we can better
show you than write.
We provide for everybody; it is the chil
dren's day, but not wholly.
Hence the holiday stock of
Glass and .
but we must stop before this advertisement
becomes a catalogue.
prEach buyer of Toysiis entitled to a
ticket for every 10 cents he buys, and each
ticket holder has a chance at a lovely life
size Doll, stylishly dressed.
We have in stock a full
supply of .
BORAX, RED PEPPER,
SAGE. BLACK PEPPER,
SPICES and other things
used in preparing and
Remember, these goods
are pure and are sold at
prices to suit the times.
R, B, LDRYEATH,.
SRif! OF5 THE GLIDEN MORTAR.
We cannot start another year's business without first i
port they have given us during the past year. Fiends, we th
are determined to make 1899 the greatest year in the histor
cheaper than they were ever known in the history of this tow
have been layed away in some warehouse or knocked around
look well, but when you examine them. they are rotten. C
market and buy them advantageously, and we will not buy a:
duce. Many of the goods we sell vou this year grew in the
the manufacturer's loom.
The year's business by naming you the following prices:
Five thousand yards of Tobacco Bed Cloth at Ic per yard.
Who will dare beat this price ?
Ten thousand vards of best Fast Color Shirting Print Calico at
3e per yard, 30 yards for 1.00.
One thousand yards of Plow Boy Jeans at 15c per yard that
can't be bought elsewhere for less than 25c.
Five hundred pair of Oil Grain Plow Shoes at 1.25 per pair;
now these are first quality oil grain, no seconds about them.
Two Thousand Yards of Calico, Worsted, Out
ing and Homespun Remnants which we of
fer at prime cost.
Those who wish a nice Suit of Clothes had better give us a look.
We can open your eyes, even if you are sound asleep.
The time is now at hand when you must turn your attention to
the plow, friends, and we wish to remind you, should you need a
Plow of any kind, Backbands, Traces, Leather or Poplar Collars, we
have them at the lowest prices.
Eleven yards good Rope for only 10c; a good Axe for only 50c.
All kinds of Farm Tools very cheap.
A man can never tell what be will ______________
o in a pinch, until a policeman
The trouble with a great many men~ V I~ I
is that they can't depend on what they
sa"E-M KC0Y GHorDES N
PROTECTION.Sn model, secorphoto.
To Consumers of L.ager Beer:
The Germania Brewing Company, of
* . Charleston, S. C., have made arrangements
with the South Carolina state authorities
by which they are enabled to fill -orders
- ~ ,~.. ...~.from consumers for shipments of beer in
any quantity at the following prices:
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, Pints, patent stopner, 60c. per dozen.
EXE cUTIvE CH AMBER. Four doien pints in crate, $2.80 per crate.
WHLEREAS information has been re- Quarter-keg, s2 25.
eived at this department that on Half-barrel, $4.50.
the sixteenth day of December, A. D. Exports, pints, ten dozen in barrel, $9.
[9, the barns, stables, stock, pro. It will be necessary for consumers or
uce, etc., of Mr. M. S. Cantey, inarisodintottohateberifr
the county of Clarendon,was burned, prteorrngt tt tatbberifr
nd there being reason to believe private consnmption. We offer special
that the burning was an act of in- rates for these shipments. Thik beer is
snoais, HRFRI .H le-guaranteed pure, made of the choicest hope
NowTHER~oRE I, . H.El rid mcalt. and is recommnende.. by the
be. Governor of the State of Southnedclrarit.edtoufratia
arolina, in order that justice maynedci rtrut.Stitusorttil
be done and the majesty of the law order.
vindicated, do hereby offer a reward
of two hundred dollars for the appre- G R X A $T Z A
ension and conviction of the per
so or pnesnsia ho committed said Be igC m ay
IN TESTIoNY WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand an d Charleston. S. C.
caused the great seal of
the State to be affixed, at
-.'-Columbia, this 11th day of ie.S ace o
SsEAL January, A.D. 1899, and in
,--~ the one hundred and twen
ty-third year of the Inde MNFCUESO
pence of the United States 3A~~E '
W. H. ELLERBE. e
By the Governor:
D. H. TuoMPKINS. j ,
Secretary of State.
Onion Sets & Garden Seeds
just from the seed farms. ID os ah lns
Satisfaction guaranteed. M udigadB lin
MAWE'S DRUG STORE, Mtnl
Summerton,.c.C A L SO, S. C.
FOR A ClPHOGPRAPHY, ules adae
Situaton?. TypeWrtig Wno ls
CoPYRiGMTED. N tayP lcan
AddrsWILBUR R. SMITH, IsrneAet
For circuiar of his famous and responsible Wl lc ieIsrnei H AA
COEC~.COLL.EGE OF KY, UNIVERSITYTNEIUACEOPNofn
Awared MIedal at World's Exposition.Oren.AsrpeetTEPRD
ot of Fail Buiness Cours. includingu
tion. Books and Board in family, about et0. caonoftesrgetndbtcop
~Teetuk Uieriy ipoaude ea, Caong efr ang u ouingr
2Z-tCH ALESTNG , S. C.
hanking our many friends and customers for the liberal sup
znk you for the large patronage you gave us last year, and we
of our business by selling new, fresh and first class goods
n. We do not and we will not handle old auction goods that
over the country for the last ten or fifteen years. They may
ur commercial standing enables us to buy our goods in any
1ything but the newest and best goods the markets can pro
cotton fields last year, for we buy them directly from under
Did You Know.
That flour was on a rapid advance in price? Well, if you don't
know, we will tell you that it has advanced about 40 cents per bar
rel in the last ten days, and the top is not reached yet. We have
now on hand, bought, in the house and on the road.About 100 bar
reis which we offer at old prices until all is sold.
Good Patent Flour at 4.50 per barrel.
One car of the finest Liverpool Salt, in 100-lb sacks, at 50c.
500 bushels of the finest Red Rust Proof Seed
Oats ever shown in this town at 55 cents
If you are a judge of good seed oats, call and see these.
We keep on hand a large line of
Such as Bacon, Sugar, Coffee, Rice, Lard, and we will sell -
them to you at wholesale prices if you want them in large quanti
Hoping that you will give me a call when in the market,) am
Farm Tools and Implements.
Wagon and Buggy Material, Nis otNtWses..
Housebuilders' Hardware, HrwrTnae gt.
Stoves, Ranges and Heaters, wae
Pumpsand PpingGuns, Pistols, Cartridges,
Barbed and Mesh Wire, Shells,
Stone Jars, Churnspand Bowls,ShtPodrCasWdet
Mill and Gin Supplies, TaladPoktCtey,
Sheet Tin, Sheet Iron, Bar RaosHneSrpad. -
Iron, etc.,Brhe,. .
Horse and Mule Shoes. Traces, flames, CJollar, PadsA.
'THE MANNING RDW*RE COMPANY
Percival Manufacturing Con
Doors, Sash and Blinds,
Meeting Street, - - CHA RTERTON, S. C.
CAN'T FIND HIM !
WALSH OFEQ SUMnTER?
He's' moved; you will find him in store under Opera
House. You can't miss it; just look up for the city clock
and he's right under it.
His stock of Shoes is full, and if you go there, he sells so
cheap you'll really be glad "cotton is low.''
Mr. Ben Cuttino, an old Clarendon man, and
practical Shoemaker,~is with him.
I value my Clarendon trade and will always try to give
BA RTOW WA LSH.
Bing our Job Work1 toIhe Imes Office
Land Surveying and Leveling, DRoNMRT, ~
I will do Surveying, etc., in Clareudon AttorneyIs and Counselors at Law,
Cal at ofe or adress at Samter, s. C., MANINING.S. C.
J O.B1HN R. HAYNEswoRTH. D . J. FANK GEIGER,
Bring jour Job Work to Thle Timles offlce. MA1NIIG, S. 0.