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ficial Advertisements. MANNING. S. C.. APIlL 2. 1902. Free! Free! With every Fine B 1 a c k Skirt. Silk Waist or full Suit of any kind costing t or1 over we will allow the cash purchaser to select FREE OF CHARGE one of Butterick's latest Patterns. Now you know you will have to buy a nice Silk or Worsted Skirt or a nice Silk Waist or full Suit You have the chance to get a nice Pattern free to make it up by. And what is better still, we carry such a large stock of Fine Black Dress Goods. Colored Dress Goods and Silks to select from. Our line of Fine White Goods is the wonder of all who see them. W. E. .JENKINSON. 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. Manning Street Car Schedule. Leave Central Hotel co-ner 9:00 a. m. and 6:25 p. m. for the pasenger trains, and the car wil also meet the freight trains. Arrangements have been made with the agent at depot to tele phone when frei:ht trains are approaching Manning. Fare. 10 cents each wn v. S. I. Till's, next door to Rigby's. A goodly number of persons left Man ning yesterday in response to the re duced railroad rates. Buy .our Hats from S. I. Till, Wilbur's Pure Cocoa. The IL. B. Loryea Drug Store. Mr Plumer Clark and Mliss Pauline Sanders of Sumter, spent last Sunday in M1anning, with Mr. Clark's sister, Mrs. P. B. Thames. Ladies' Slippers. 50c. at Till's. Coal Tar for corn planting. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Get your Boys' Clothing from S. 1. Till. Mrs. Sallie Wells and daughter, 'Miss Lizzie. Misses Mayme and Lulie Har vin, Julia Sprott and Ir. J. H. Lesesne, left Monday evening for the exposition. Ladies' common Shoes, 50c, at S. I. Till's. Mott's vinegar. the purest on the market. The Rl. B. Loryea Drug Store. Get your Spring Dress and Eat from1 S. I. Till. "The hunt for a husband" will be continued at Pinewood on April 11th, for the benefit of the school. curtain rises at 8 o'cock p. m. Admission.1 adults. 25 cts.: children. 10 ets. All-the latest things in White Goods at S. I. Till's.1 Gelatines: Chalmer's. Kinery's.Cox's, Knox's and Cooper's. The R. B. Lor yea Drug Store. All the ladies are going to Till's for their Hats. Scott Harvin a little son of M1r. WV.1 S. Harvin found some money near the depot a few days ago, and he requests us to make the same known. The < owner cau get it by calling on him. S. I. Till will save you 25 per ee'ut on your Spring Goods. Like Giants in the field opposed by pigmies are International Stock Food and Pratt's Food. The R. B. Loryvea Drug Store "M3other's Friend " Shirt Waist for Boys, at S. I. Till's. The County Board of Equalization met in the court house last Mlonday and1 it had before it a number of complaints1 about excessive assessment. There1 were reductions made in a few cases. but in most of them the assessment stands as fixed by the board. Men's and Boys' Sun Hats at S. I.1 Till's. Sc. 10c and 15c.1 Cards are out announcing the coming marriage of Capt. Frank Hampton Hur sev and MIiss Fannie Bell. Thursday April 10th., in the Baptist church at Hartsville. 'The parties are well1 known here. M1iss Bell spent her early girlhood in M1anning and was beloved by everybody as "little Fannie." S. I. Till is in small quarters, but he has the goods and the prices to suit you. All varieties of Woods' Seed Irish Potatoes and Landreth's Garden Seeds at The M1anning Grocery ('o. Last Thursday while MIrs. Fannie J. 31cElveen of Alcolu was looking over a trunk. she came across a pistol which she thought was unloaded, picking it up to call her sister-in-law's atten tion to it. the thing discharged and the ball struck M1arie.her 12-year-old daugh ter on the lower lip, entering, cut the tongue, and came out without doing any serious harm. It does not pay to keep unloaded pistols in the house-the daned things will shoot. Twentieth Century. Read advertise-1 ment in another column. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. JT. B. Taylor the MIanning Photogra her will be in Summerton Api'il b to 15 inclusive, making fine Photographs. The Secretary of State has granted a 1 charter to the firm of Bultman Bros..1 to engage in the retail shoe business at] Sumter. S. C. The incorporators and oficers are E. WV. A. Bultnman Presi dent. WV. Bultman Mlanager, and W. RI. Burgess Secretary and Ti'easurer. Will Burgess is an old C'larendon boy and we have no doubt he will do his part to uphold the high standard of Bult man shoes. We wish him success in his new venture. Now is the time to apply Dead Stuck and save annoyance in the future from Bed Bugs. Roaches and all Vermin.4 The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Died in MIayesville last Monday. M~r. Joseph E. Barnett, aged about 4'7 years. The deceased was the eldest son of the late B. J1. Barnett of Sumter. He mar red the eldest daughter of Mr. A.Lr ea of this place, who survives him with no children. M1r. Barnett w'as re arded a man of high character and ine business qualifications. and had amazed a large fortune in mercantile and farming pursuits. The R. B. Lor yea drug store was closed in conse-1 quence of his death. We are prepared to deliver ('orn and Oats at any depot in Clarendon county. Those having to buy will do well to as cn iger" close. TheB The meeting called by the town coun cil for MIonday afternoon the discuss the advisability o'f nominating a town ticket failed to materialize. The election comes off on the 14th. inst.. and with out some action on the part of the citi zens, it will be somewhat of a hurdle race, with very little interest taken in it. Manning has reached that stage when its citizens should feel an inter est in the management of its govern ment. but the trouble is. it is very dii cult to find business men who are wil lino to be annoyed with the pestering aniovauees and often times inconven iences that result from being a member of the town council. and this probably accouuts for the lack of interest taken. When you buy your Hat from S. I. Till you get something up-to-date. The Democratic clubs throughout the county will meet Saturday 26th, day of April for the purpose of electing iiub oftteers, a member of the county executive committee, and delegates to the county convention which meets at the court house the first Monday in May to elect a county chairman., mem ber of the State Executive Committee, and eight delegates to the State Con ention which meets in Columbia the third Wednesday in May. The clubs are entitled to one delerate ior every 25 names on the club roll and one for the majority fractional part of 25: for in stance, if a club has t names on its roll that club would be entitled tothree delegates. The delegations are elect ed on the roll basis. and not the voting list at the last primary. It would be well for the various secretaries to look up their rolls and have added to them ;ueh new members as desire to be en rolled. They have a county reputation Dr. L'urtin's Headache Powders, safe, sure, quick, prepared only by The R. B. Lor yea Drug Store. Everybody should take advantage of the cheap railroad rates to be in Char leston next Wednesday "President's Dav." President Roosevelt, his family and cabinet, will arrive in Charleston on Tuesday morning when he will in pect the grounds bought for the Unit ed States naval station, which is ex peeted to do great good for Charleston. and on Wednesday he will deliver an address in the exposition auditorium, and he will also present to the gallant Major Micah Jenkins the sword wich was purchased by popular subscription, and it is said to be a much finer and handsomer sword than the one present ed by Congress to Admiral Dewey on his triumphal return from Manila. We incerely hope that Charleston will be packed for this occasion, for we see in a grand demonstration in honor of the Prsident, a complete wiping out of sectional animosities. The railroad rates from Manning on Tuesday will be 1.15 round trip, ticket good for three lays. Extract's. Cologne's and Writing Paper in artistic boxes. Glance at our vindows in passing the Sign of the olden Mortar. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. There is now in Manning a gentle an from Philidelphia whose health aas become impaired. He comes here xo have his system built up upon the dvise of Philidelphia doctors. Major be Levi has had visiting him this vinter a number of relatives, some of :hem came here with their health un ermined: they returned home with -estored health, and singing Manning's raises as a health resort; as a result f the marked improvement exhibited v the Philidelphian's on their return ~ome, their physicians have ordered Sr. Jay Franks to this place to take dvantage of our health giving sun hine and water, our atmosphere free rom malarial influences, and a climate bat causes a demand for more space to ecommodate the appetite. If. with his small beginning. Manning should ecome known, what is to hinder the >uilding of a winter hotel and make yur beautiful town superior to Aiken, amden and other winter resorts that ave not as good climate nor have they iwater that will begin to compare aith ours. Why, the Camdem water 'ill not make a decent high ball, the :ourists have to use white rock. A igh ball made of Manning's artesian vater would have induced Prince Hen ' to eome here had he just but known >f t. Try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab .ets, the best physie. For sale by The R. B. oryea Drue Store. Isaac M. Lorvea. Prop. Court Continued. When we went to press last Wednes lay the grand jury had not made its resentment in time for nublication, Lnd the court was engaged in the case gainst Thomas E. Burgess. charged ith assault and battery of a high and Lggravated nature. This was one of ~hose unfortunate affairs that some ies occur in a community, which if 'riends had properly interceded would ave prevented getting into court. ['he jury returned a verdict of not uiltv, and the defendant has since een'raised to the rank of M1ajor for aving shot a dog that he found about o kill a sheep belonging to a friend he pent the night with. Hereafter he is ~Iajor Tom Burgess. James Green charged with burning a thild. from the effects of which it died ias found guilty of murder and recomn nended to mercy. The court sentenced 1m to the penitentiary for life. Goodmau Taylor burglary and lar eny, guilty and sentenced to five years n the penitentiary. Isiah M~cIntosh who was found guilty >f heinous offense was sentence.d to six ears in the penitentiary. Henry Hanks guilty of stealing a cow enenced to four years on chaingang. M1. C. Galluchat was found guilty of ssault and battery of a high and ag travated nature, Sned $75.00 which he >aid. GRAND JURY PRESENTMENT. [o the Honorable C. G. Dantzler, Judge Presiding M~arch Term of Court for Clarendon County, 1902: We. the grand jury, would ask to nake the following presentment: We have conducted examination of vitnesses and performed the work in umbent on us faithfully and as expedi iously as possible: all in accordance w-ith instructions fromn your Honor. [he duties resting upon us we shall try . perform faithfully, and to that end ye have elected a committee consisting f three of our numnber-to carry out lly the instructions or suggestions nade by your Honor in your charge to his body. Committee-T. 31. Wells, . F. Mahoney and S. E. Ingram. "Report of County Commissioners of rlaims audited for fiscal year 1901" has een handed in. This commission is ~oposed of T. C. Owens, Supervisor, . J. Turbeville and L. T. Fisher, .ounty Commissioners: J1. H. Lesesne, ?sq., clerk. This report shall have our Lttention, and at subsequent sitting of ourt reported upon: also "County Lreasurer's report of court expenses of >ovember term of court, 1901." We accept report as information and loubt not its correctness. Amount ex ended November term (above men ioned) $474.05. The Treasurer certi ies that "from the balance of special oan from the year 1901 with the special oan of 1902 aggrestates $1,567.80 for rourt expenses for 1902." We are in eeeipt of a communication from M1r. \. P. Frierson. complaining that only wo dollars per month has been al Good for Rheumatism. Last fall I was taken with a very severe at ack of muscular rheumatisn' which caused me treat pain and annoy-ance. After trying several rescriptions and rheumatic cures. I decided to ise Chamberlain's Pain Balm. which I had seen ivertised in The South Jerseyman. After two pplications of this Remedy I was much better. nd after using one bottle. was completely ured.-SALLIE HARRI5. Salem. N. J1. For sale v The R. B. Loryen Drug Store. 1saae M. Lor lowed for the support. of Mr. Dave Browder. a pauper who is utterly un able to do any work of any kind. Mr. Frierson states that this amount is not sufficient to give him food and raiment, and that he has not the heart to force him from his house: and asks that the grand jury do something in the matter. We respectfully request that the Su pervisor and his board look into the 1 matter at once. I We would report to the court that very nearly every member of our body visited the jail and, after making care ful inspection of the premises, ask to say that the jailer seems to be making an effort to keep the miserable place 1 clean. We do think that our county Rlepre- I sentatives in the General Assembly i have been remiss in not making earn- 4 est efforts to provide our county with, to say the least, a passable prison I house. It is a fact that only by special I legislative enactment that these desired < and much needed ends can be accom- t plished. We also, acting upon recommenda tions made by your Honor in your able charge to grand jury, urge that ade quate means be provided for the purpose of renovating our courthouse. We would t earnestly urge our Supervisor and his < board to use their best efforts to have ] the servants of our county-the honor- E able members of the General Assembly t to make, if need be, heroic efforts to ] accomplish these ends and thereby 1 make it unnecessary for the next pre siding judge to call attention to these matters. We would further call attention of our Supervisor and his board to that 1 part of your Honor's charge to the grand jury referring to proximity of telephone posts to the public highways, and where such innovations have been made either by telephone companies or 1 by private persons that they be re quired within a reasonable time to withdraw from road limits, and that vigilant care be exercised to prevent the public domain, public highways, from being further encroached upon in any unlawful way whatsoever. In concluding our presentment we feel that it is our duty to thank your Honor for the comprehebsive charge delivered to us outlining our duties. Respectfully submitted, S. E. INGRAM., Foreman Grand Jury C. C. Manning, S. C., March 26, 1902. Neglect Means Danger. Don't neglect biliousness and consti pation. Your health will suffer perma- I nently if you do. DeWitt's Little Early i Risers cure such cases. M. B. Smith, E Butternut, Mich., says "DeWitt's Lit- i tle Early Risers are the most satisfac- t tory pills I ever took. Never gripe or i cause nausea.' The R. B. Loryea Drug c Store. Millinery Openings. One -f the most brilliant events that has ever taken place in this town came off last Wednesday evening at the store of Mr. W. E. Jenkinson. The occasion was his spring opening. The store was handsomely decoratea with a display of dress goods and trimmings, and his millinery department was a picture. The decorations here were simply grand and the place was filled with ele- J gantly dressed ladies, who were out in pecting the beautiful stock of Pattern Hats. We regret that space forbids a raphic description of this event, but suffice it to say that it was equal to any t opening we have ever seen in a city. The millinery department of S. I. Till's store was another attraction for, the ladies, and their comments on Miss Glass' work was very complimentary 1 indeed. At Hirschmann's the ladies wereC taken by surprise at the display oft beautiful millinery. Mrs. Hirschmann 1 and her sister. Miss Minnie Paget, were highly praised upon the excel- I lence of their taste in the selection and t arrangement of their stock. C -A neighbor ran in with a bottle of Chamber-. alan's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy when my son was suffering with severe cramps and was given up as beyond hope by my regular physician, who stands high in his pro'ession. Ater administering three doses or It. my son regained consciousness and recovered entlily I within twenty-four hours." says Mrs. Mary I Haler of Mt. Crawford. Va. This Remedy Is for sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea. Prop. A Card. Workman, S. C., March 28th, 1902. Editor THE TnIMES:-Seeing in both I ounty papers statements as to the< trustees meeting on the 15th, I desire C to say I went to Manning neither en-s thused for carrying the schools to the Charleston exposition, nor did I go to I ppose it, but to see what arrangements ould perfected. If the outlay of the school funds were not two great then c [ would heartily approve of it, and dot what I could to accomplish their going.i J. S. EVANS. Bears the ~ThKid Yo HanMwayS BogM y Kick a dog and he bites you. He bites you and you kick him. The more you kick the more t hre bites and the more he bites the more you kick. Each makes the other worse. A thin body makes thin blood. Thin blood makes i thin body. Each makes thec ther worse. If there is going t be a change the help must1 :ome from outside. Scott's Emulsion is the right Fhelp. It breaks up such a :ombination. First it sets the stomach right. Then it en iches the blood. That strengthens the body and it begins to grow new flesh. A strong body makes rich blood and rich blood makes a y strong body. Each rn 2 ' ther better. This 'n -v Scott's Emulsion puts the thin body on its feet. Now it can ~et along by itself. No need LW of medicine. This picture represents the Trade Mark of Scott's a IEmulsion and is on the c wrapper of every bottle- a Send for free sample. 1 sco-rr &: IOwNE, 409 Pearl S&:. New York.a soc. and Sr. all drugg'sts. Hurrah for Jenkinson. Manning, S. (., April 2nd, 1902. EHon. Louis Appelt. Editor THE MAN NING TIMES: I write you to say that I heartily ,.p )rove of the heroic efforts you are naking in behalf of the school children )f Clarendon county. The advantages o be gained by a day spent on the ex )osition grounds cannot be estimated, tnd I earnestly pray that you will suc :eed in inducing a sufficient number of )ur citizens to be as liberal as your ;elf. To vouchsafe my sincere approval )f your course in this grand object I iereby authorize you to put me down Ls one of the twenty citizens to contrib ite a sufficient sum of money to pay the -ailroad expenses of the children to the :harleston and West Indian exposition. Fou offered to be one of twenty to con ribute this amount, and I ask the >road privilege of doing likewise,and in loing so I feel that I am contributing to great and glorious cause. Yours Respectfully. W. E. TENKINSON. When You Go Into a Drug Store o get a bottle of Painkiller, examine it arefully to see if it is made by Perry avis. and don't be persuaded to take omething " just as good" because it is fe cents cheaper. There is only one "ainkiller, "Perry Davis'." Large ottles 25 and 50c. A Card. ditor The Manning Times: Please state to the voters of the town f Manning that I am not a candidate or the office of Intendant. Thanking hem for the honor bestowed on me wice within the past four years, and vishing the town abundant success in he future I beg to remain theirs Respectfully, WM. C. CHANDLER. Pyny-Baamm Stops the Tieking, and quickly allays Inammation in the throat. Wants to Help Others. I had stomach trouble all my life," ays Edw. Mehler, proprietor of the Jnion Bottling Works, Erie, Pa., "and ried all kinds of remedies, went to sev ral doctors and spent considerable oney trying to get a moment's peace. inally I read of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure nd have been taking it to my great atisfaction. I never found its equal or stomach trouble and gladly recoi nend it in hope that I may help other ufferers." Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures .11 stomach troubles. You don't have o diet. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests hat you eat. The R. B. Loryea Drug ;tore. Bean s The Kind You Hav Aways BUt of AN ORDINANCE, an Ordinance for the Promotion of Public Safety to the Citizens of the Town of Manning. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE IN endant and Wardens of the Town of anning, in Council assembled,'and by uthority of the same: SECTION 1. It shall be unlawful for .ny person to ride or drive any mule, orse, or other animal, attached or un ,ttached to any vehicle, on. through r along any of the streets or ways of he Town of Manning at a fast or reck ess speed. SEC. 2. It shall be unlawful for any erson or persons to place, or leave pon any of the streets or ways of the ~own of Manning, any buggies, wagons r vehicles of any kind, or obstructions f any nature, except builders' mate al, and then a light must be displayed ,t night over said material to warn the >ublic. SEC. 3. It shall be unlawful for any erson to use any street or sidewalk for he display of goods or wares, except aid space be assigned by the Council. Section 3 includes the hanging of igns or displaying of goods from awn ngs~or otherwise to the inconvenience if pedestrians. SEC. 4. It shall be unlawful for any >erson to hitcha any mule, horse or ether animal to any of the shade trees n any of the streets or sidewalks in aid Town. SEC. 5. It shall be unlawful for any person to leave onf any of the streets or rays of the Town of Manning, any ragon, carriage or other vehicle, with ne or more animals, used for drawing he same, attached thereto, unless dur ng the said time, some competent per on to hold or control such animal or nimals be left and remain constantly a charge of the same. SEC. 6. It shall be unlawful for any erson to keel) stationary any vehicle r animal on ar.y of the street crossings the Town of Manning, used by pedes rians. SEC. 7. It shall be unlawful for any erson to drive from the street into ny lot or out of same. at a faster gait an a walk. SEC. 8. That where the singular umber is used, that it shall be con trued to embrace the plural number. SEC. 9. Any person or persons con icted of violating any of the provis >ns of the above Ordinance shall be ned in the sum of not less than One )ollar (81.00), nor more than Twenty 'ive Dollars (825.00), or be sentenced to be chaingang for not less than Five )ays nor no more than Thirty Days. W. E. BROWN, Intendant. E. J. BROWNE. Clerk. z0tih Century We are living in a rapid age-an age of pro ression. The world moves and you must move ith it. Keep up with the times. If you see a ance to benefit yourself, grasp the opportu You Can Benefit Yourself by Calling on.... ISAAC M. LORYEA,. Proprietor, SJgn of the Golcden Mortar, MANNINC, S. C. 'I=>HONE NO. '2. FOR ANYTHING IN THE LINE OF ure Drugs, Chemicals, STANDARD PATENT MEDICINES, ANCY GOODS, TOILET ARTICLES. PER FUMERY. IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS. Our stock is always complete in every detail nd in Compounding PRESCRIPTIONS e use only the Purest Goods obtainable. OUR PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT always in charge of a competent pharmacist. he public runs no risk of errors, as P'rescrip.I ons and Domestic Recipes are filled by compe-1 nt men only. We Guarantee Purity of Materials Used ad absolute accuracy in Compounding Physi tans' Prescriptions. We are constantly adding every new, novel ad meritorious article that comes within our ne of business. If you see a medicine adver-! sed and want it. we will gladly get it for you if 'e do not have it in stock. Your patronage is always appreciated, and no atter how small your purchases, you may rest sured it will be our constant aim to sell you i best goods that can be obtained and at reas We feel that we should extend our humble thanks to the ladies of Manning and surrounding country for the splendid response and at tendance they gave to our Millinery display and Easter Opening. We feel amply repaid for the energy. time and money expended on this display and we trust that it will impress many with the fact that we have made MNanning a distributive'eentre for Fine Dress Goods and Millinery tihat we are up-to-date in the selection of all the newest things on the market.01 Best of all, we carry a large stock of all kinds of Dry Goods, and in point of styles and prices are second to none in this part of the Stte. Silks and Dress Goods. Black Taffeta Silk Skirting, 36 inches wide, $1.25 the yard. Black Taffeta Silk Skirting, 18 inches wide, only 50c. Black Jap Silk Waistings, 27 inches widp. only 50c the yard. Also in all the leading shades. Black Peau de Soie Silks, 20 inches wide, only $1. A full line of Taffeta Silks, in all the leading shades, at 75c yard. Black Watered Silk Skirting, the newest thing in Skirting, only $1 the yard. Black and Blue Serges, 50 inches wide, only $1. In short, the greatest line of Black Skirtings ever shown in Man ning, ranging in prices from 20c to $1.50 the yard. Call and see our line of Dress Goods and Silks and you will bear us out that there was never anything like it in the Manning market before and OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST, when you compare quality. I wVV13D3ERh: If there ever was such a line of Wash Goods and White Goods shown in Manning before and at such prices as we are showing now? I doubt it. Just think of this, one case of beautiful Figured Dimities that sell the world over at 124c the yard that we are anxious to sell you at 10c. 40-inch White Lawns, only 10c the yard, or 12 yards for $1. 40-inch White Lawns; very fine and sheer at 15c the yard, or 8 yards for $1. White Lawns and Dimities. in all qualities and prices, from 31c the yard up to 35c. The greatest line of Piques ever shown in Manning, from 10c to 35c the yard. Persian Lawns in all prices, from l5c to 35c the yard. Figured and Plain Nainsooks, from 15c to 50c the vard. Pure White Silk Mull at 50c the yard. A large line of Pongee effects in Mercerized Wash Goods at 25c the yard: these goods are soft and clinging and are so stylisfi this spring. Millinery Department. This department has always been a hobby with us, and to say that we have made it a success is fully answered by our great Easter dis play of Fine Pattern Hats and Millinery last week. Ladies, we handle nothing in Millinery but the latest styles we can find on the New York and Baltimore markets, and we sell our Hats and Millinery much cheaper than you can buy the same class of goods at other places. Of course we could buy off styles in Millinery much cheaper than the class of goods we are handling and sell at a beter profit, but we cannot and will not mix the two. We are cater ing to the best trade in the county-ladies who read the leading fash ion journals and know what styles are, and it will not do to try to push off old styles of Millinery on such trade. Our Millinery Department is up-to-date in every detail and we handle nothing but the best. W. EJENKINSON. Don't Make a Mistake ...BUT GO TO... D. HIRSCHMANN'S When needing anything in SPRING DRY GOODS, SHOES, SLIP PERS AND HATS. Mnillinery a Specialty And any goods found in an up-to-date store. We are offering special values in Having a large stock of these we mean to let them go at the LOWEST PRICES POSSIBLE. Weextend to our friends and the public generally a cordial invi tainto call on us before making their purchases. Don't Forget Our Clothing. I Remember Our Shoes. Yours for business. SD.HIRSCHMANN 1%ext JDooz. to PostmoB.o '3dOIS++YIXJssViesEIee Virginia=Carolina Chemical Company, CHARLESTON, S. C. RICHMOND, VA. ATLANTA, GA. Largest Manufacturers of Fertilizers in the South. Importers of ... Pure German Kainit, Muriate of Potash, Nitrate of Soda, Sulphate of Potash. It is important in buying your fertilizers, not only to buy goods of established reputation and high grade, but to buy where your wants of every character can be supplied. We are in position to furnish all classes of goods and in such quantities as buyers desire. It will pay you to see us before purchasing. Address ViginiaCarolina Chemical Co., Charleston, S. C. Send for Virginia-Carolina Almanac. free for the asking. Go to The Maninog Hardware Company For AGRICULTURAL IXPLEMZNT. Plows, Plow Stocks, Steel Shapes, Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, Guano Horns, Cotton Rope, Wire Fencing, Clevises, Repair Links, Curry Combs. WE MAKE TOBACCO BARN FLUES. We have bargains in Trace Chains, Breast Chains, Hames, Hame Strings, Back-Bands, Single-Trees, Bridles, Collars, Collar Pads, Grind Stones, Flat Irons, Axes, Corn Shellers, Cow Bells, Ox Balls. We are agents for the Oliver Chilled Plow Company, and have their Plows in stock; the Deering Harvester Company and the American Field and Wire Fence Company. For '1M11 SRDplies Valves, Lubricators, Gauge Glasses, Injectors, Inspirators. Black and Galvanized Pipe, Pumps, Steel Sinks, Compression Bibbs, Bath Tubs, Steam Gauges, Bolts, Nuts and Washers, Round and Flat Iron, Packing, Lubricating Oil. 3F~r XIc"Oxx34'o xxUlC*L4rg3' SxxP3P1Ucme Carpenters' Tools, Leeks, Hinges, Nails, Window Fasteners, Valley Tin, Eave Troughs, Guttering. etc. Paints, Oils, Varnishes. A splendid assortment of these: White Lead, Boiled and Raw Linseed Oil, Spirits Tur pentine, Varnish, Japan Dryer, all colors; Cold Water Paint. White and Colors; Lamp Black. 3IfOROls fura lin E a- C l&-s Everything in Tinware, Crockery, Cooking Stoves, Heaters, Country. Holloware, Spiders, Ovens, Skillets. A nice assortment of Lamps and Glassware, Wood and Metal Buckets, Stove Repairs, Sad Irons.-, B -iggy arCd WcOn 'E4epairs. Axle Points, Bolts, Clips, Anti-Rattlers, Rims, Hubs, Spokes, Shafts, Buggy Steps, Rubber Cloth. Cutlery anc. Sporting Groots. Pocket Cutlery that has stood the test for years. No risk in buying ur Guarauteed Pocket Knives. Shot, Powder, Caps, Fuse, Dynamite anvas Hunting Coats and Legginsg, Rubber Boots. Very truly, Manning Hardware Co. A GRAND OPENING Of Spring Clothing, Hats -and Furnishing Goods, You will find here the v'ery newest and up-to-date Suits, Furnishing Goods and Hats. We make a specialty of Extra Size, Stout and Slim Suits., On receipt of your letter we will send~ you swatches of Suits, if you are inter ested in any. In our Tailor Department we have ~iX~ Over' 500 Samples for you to select your Suit or .extra .~ Pants from. Suits made to your measure from $15 to $50. Pants from $3 to $12. NW O y GRANITE 224 KING ST., Opp. Academy of Music, o-s~ A wr T osr - - 5. 0. All mail orders-promptly attended to by a special salesman. Buena Vista Land Plaster FOR ALL CROPS. Mr. B. K. Buchanan of Washington County, Virginia, so generally nown, says: " I have used the Buena Vista Plaster for many years. I ank it for all crops next to barnyard manure-" Mr. Joseph W. Davis of Washington County, Virginia, one of our best ~armers, says: "Using your plaster (the Buena Vista) last year, I thought a ~art of my meadow too good to be benefited by it, so applied it only to hat was inferior. To my surprise the inferior part yielded more than the ther. I am satisfied it would have paid me well to have put it on all." Carload Lots. Builk, f, o, b, Charleston, 8, C. $5,25, AROINA PORTLAND CEMEN CO., Sole Selling Agents, CHARLESTON. - - S. C. outh Carolina Co-Educationallinstitute EDGEFIELD, S. C. LDEST AND LARGEST CO-EDUCATIONAL COLLEGE iN THE STATE. Over :300 Students enrolled last session, representing 10 States. Young men under strict military discipline. Faculty composed of 21 College and University graduates-9 men. Thorough Literary Courses leading to the degree of B. E., B. S. and A. B. Superior Advantages offered in the Departments of Music, Art and Business. Four Macrnificent, well equipped buildings. Thousand~s of dollars recently spent in improvements. From $100 to $140 covers expenses in Literary Department for the entire hoouerin the past session 1 67 Boarders were enrolled. A large number ifapplications were rejected for want of room. Additional rooma will be pro ded youh coneat attending our College, write for catalogue and applica ion blank to F. N. K. BAILEY, President, EDGEFIELD, S. C. Next Session Begrins Thursday, Sept. 26, 1901.