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Publishes All County and Town Of
ficial Advertisements.
MANNING. S. C.. APRIL 4. 1900.
Important Change.
Some of the boys and girls who art
going to contend for the $10 Gold Prizt
offered b, us for the best Composition
on 'Me and M1y Business say that the
two hundred word limit is not suficient
for them to make as neat job as they
wish, so we have decided to make the
limit
THREE HUNDRED WORDS
Instead of two hundred words. as first
published. The time for handing in
these papers will remain as heretofore.
APR IL 25. 1900.
Ladi-- and Gents. you must keep in
mind our great Easter Sale from now
nutil Easter is )ver. We will offer
some splendid bargain, in Ien's. Boys'
and Children's Suits. Ladies' nice
Dresses for Easter. Faster Bonnets and
Easter Hats.
Our Easter offering this season for
Men. Boys and Children will be the
grandest ever shown by us.
Remember. ladies, that we carry one
of the largest Millinery stocks of any
house in this part of the country. You
will have no trouble in getting just
what vou need here and our Miss Cop
pedge will take great pleasure in trying
to please you with a nice Easter Bonnet
or Hat. Don't forget us when you need
Millinery or nice Dress Goods.
W. E. JENKINSON.
Notice is hereby given that no advertise
ments will be changed in this paper where
the copy is brought in kzter than Saturday
noon.
Mr. T. 'M. Beard of New Zion killed
a mad dog last Saturday.
In the Baptist church they are having
a continued service this week.
You can get a nice Tooth Brush from
5c up, at Brockinton's.
Huggins & Chandler have arranged
to keep things cool this summer.
Mr. W. D. Ingram of Lancaster is in
Manning on a visit to his sister Mrs.
S. J. Legg.
Extra Buggy Dashes and Storm
Aprons. Legg & Hutchinson.
Louis Levi has the agency for first
class bicycles. Read his advertisement
in another column.
Mr. J. T. Stukes Jr, studant of the
South Carolina Medical College is at
home spending his vacation.
Just received, a new supply of Writ
ing Tablets. from ic to loc, at Brockin
ton s.
Died near Hebron church near the
county line in Salem, last Friday Mr.
David Coker, aged about 80 years.
A pretty lot of Summer Lap Dusters.
come and see them. Legg & Hutchin
son.
See advertisement of J. L. Wilson.
carpets, art squares. etc.: also clothing.
Call and see samples. New designs and
low prices.
The county chairman has a political
notice in this issue. Presidents of clubs
should read it and govern themselves
.accordingly.
Huggins & Chandler have fine stall
fed cattle on hand. Try some of their
Steak and Roast.
The house of Mr. J. S. Ridgeway was
-destroyed by fire last Monday afternoon,
and he lost 'every:hing with the except
ion of two beds.
Rigby's advertisements ai-e attrac
tivelv wrritten. ard the pretty part of it
is. thiat Rigby never lets a customer
leave his store dissatisfied.
Rev. E. Geddir.gs Smith of Greens
boro Georgia filled the pulpit in the
Presbyterian church Saturday and Sun
day. a'nd preached some fine sermons.
Arrived today another car of Timo
thy Hay. Legg & Hutchinson.
At the request of a number of con
testants Jenkinson has extended the
limit to the number of words to be used
in his prize essay that he is offering to
the school children.
Married at Timmonsville last Thurs
L." by Rev. C. M. Billir gs, Mr. George
Tr.'Ree formerly of Manning. and Miss
Ola Max Rollins of Timmaonsville. The
couple is now visiting friends and rela
tives in this county.
We are still headquarters for all fine
Perfumery and Extracts. Call and ex
amine ourstock. Brockinton.
Married yesterday afternoon at Oak
land by Rev. James McDowell, at the
residenice of the brides brother. Mr.
W. A. Merritt of Davis, and Miss
Marina Manning Harvin, a daughter of
the late Hon. Arthur Harvin.
Last Monday was salesday and only
one tract of land was sold by the sheriff.
This was in the case of J. W. Corbett
against M. A. P. Richbourg and others
to foreclose a mortgage, the tract con
tained 100 acres and was bid off for
-$185.
Legg & Hutchinson wish you to see
the Champion Mowers. Hay Rakes etc.
Preaching at the Methodist church
Sunday morning by the pastor, after
which'the sacrament of the Lord's Sup
er will be administered. Preaching
bunday night by the Presiding Elder,
Rev. 'T. J. Clyde. Epworth League
meets on Sunday afternoon.
The Postmaster General has express
ed his readiness to reopen the Lake
City post office, as soon as .the people of
that town agree upon a suitable person
for postmaster. The lady formerly an
applicant, now declines to serve be
cause she is soon to be married.
Just in. another lot of the Russel'
One-horse Wagons. Also extra Wagon
Shafts and Spring Seats. Legg &
Hutchinson.
Rev. P. B. Wells was called to Char
leston last Saturday to attend the fun
eral of his friend Mr. L. P. Speissegger.
and on Sunday he oficeiated at the burial
service. He 'also preached at Bethel
church in the city Sunday morning, and
returned home Monday morning.
A gentleman called on us yesterday,
and told us that he went to make a few
purchases from one of THE TIES ad'
vertisers and found that everything he
priced was exactly as the prices ap
p)eared in THE TIES. He was con
vimced that no fake prices appear im
this paper.
Be sure to see Huggins & Chandler
and make contracts for ice for this sea
son. They are in position to take care
of you during the season, and guarantee
no advance in price.
On the plantation of Mrs. M. R.
Shannon near Midway, a colored infant
was found dead in bed last Monday
morning. Coroner Andrews was noti
tied, and he went over there yester-day.
The coroner retuirned today with an
inquest verdict that the child came to
its death from natural causes.
I used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure in my _family
with wonderful results. It gives immediate re
Sults, is pleasant to take and is truly the dys
peptic's best friend." says E. Hartgzerink. Over
lise. Mich. Digrests what ou e-at. Cannot fail
to cure. D. 0. Rhame, Summerton: Dr. W. M.
I The entertainment given under the
auspices of the -Manning Library As
sociation at the residence of Miss Bar
ron last evening was not as well at
tended as it was hoped, the weather
and the services in the Baptist church
cut off the attendance. Those who
went spent a pleasant evening.
;."He that seeks finds." He that takes Hood's
Sarsaparilla finds in its use pure. rich blood and
cnsequent!y good health.
Magistrate Dickson was engaged all
(ay last Monday. in the suit of 'Manton
Player against Dr. I. M. Woods. The
hearing continued until late in the
night, and at its conclusion the Magis
..rate reserved his decision. W. C.
Davis Esq.. represented Mr'. Player,
and Wilson & Durant. Dr. Woods.
M. B. 'Smith. Butternut. Mich.. says. "De
: Witt's Little Early Risers are the very best
pils I ever used for costiveness. liver and howel
troubiles.- D. 0. Rhame. Summerton: Dr. W.
M. Brockinton. Manning.
We had a call this morning from Rev.
J1. D. Hu-gins of Paeksville. and it was
indeed a sincere pleasure to grasp his
hand once more. Mr. Huggins and
THE TIMES editor were boys together.
and had not seen each other in over a
quarter of a century. We hope his
ministerial labors in this county will be
successful.
To secure the original witch hazel salve. ask
for DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. well known as
a certain cure for piles and skin diseases. le
ware of worthless counterfeits. They are dan
terous. D. 0. Rhame. Summerton: Dr. W. M.
Brockinton. Manning.
Tho.e who were present at the Meth
odist church last Thursday afternoon
enjoyed a rare treat in the lecture of
Miss E. A. Redford of Nashville, Tenn.
She presented. in a charming manner.
the work of the Woman's Home Mis
sion Society. A cordial welcome awaits
her whenever she may see fit to be
among us again.
Rheunacide is not recommended for the cure
of every ill: it does not cure everythinz. But it
is a certain cure for rheumatism. and is a line
blood puritier and laxative: try it. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
We mentioned the capers of a mad
dog in the DuRant section sometime
ago. and that it had bitten some dogs
Iand a calf belonging to Mr. Win. H.
Gaillard. The dogs -ere killed at
once. and the calf was -permitted to live.
that the owner might see the effect.
Last week Mr. Gaillard discovered
signs of hydrophobia with the calf and
he killed it.
Lewis Ackerman. Goshen. Ind.. says. "De
Witt's Little Early Risers always bring certain
relief, cure my headache and never gripe. "They
gently cleanse and invigorate the bowels and
liver. D. 0. Rhame. Summerton: Dr. W. M
Brockinton. Manning.
Charges have been preferred against
Magistrate Ragin to Governor Mc
Sweeney. and the governor has refered
the matter to the Senator. who immed
iately notified the Representatives and 1
Magistrate Ragin that a meeting of the
delegation would be held next Satur
day in the court house, for the purpose
of investigating the charges, and to
make such recommendation as the facts
and circumstances warrant.
Mrs. Harriet Evans. Hinsdale. Ill.. writes. "I
never fail to relieve my children from croup at
once by using One Minute Cough Cure. I would
not feel safe without it." Quickly cures coughs. i
colds. grippe and all throat and lung diseases.
D. 0. Rhame. Sunmerton: Dr. W. M. Brockim
ton. Manning.
A scared negro came running to town
last Saturday from Alcolu. and al
most out of breath he reached the
court house hatless. He was look
ing for Magistrate Dickson whom
he shortly found. and to him he said
that some white men at Alderman's
mill shot him and another colored man
for 'nuttin.'' A warrant was issued
for Mr. Ross Wells who came over late
in the afternoon and wvaived a prelimi
nary hearing.
Rev. WV. E. Sitzer. WV. Caton. N. Y., writes. "I
had dyspepsia over twenty years. and tried doe
tors and medicines without benefit. I was pr
suaded to use Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and it
helped me from the start. I believe it to be a
panacea for all forms of indigestion." It digests
what yon eat. D. 0. Rhame. Summerton: Dr.
WV. M.'Brockinton. Manning.
Next Tuesday is the day for the town
election, and we hope that every quahi-1
led voter will turn out and cast his
vote for men who will give us a pro
ressive administiration. men wvho are
broad in their views. and who hav'e no
petty schemes on foot. This is a grow
ing town. and it ought to have a good
strong council, no man should be put
on it wihose object is to vote for this, or
that man' in some little position, and
after he has accomplished his little
purpose, then he is done. _What ,is
wanted are men who are wilhing to give
the town good service regardless of who.
are policeman and who is clerk.
Wm. Orr. Newark. 0.. says. --We never feel
safe without One Minute Cough Cure in the
house. It saved my little boy's life when he had
the pneumonia. We think 'it is the best medi
cine made." It cures coughs and all lung dis
eases. Pleasant to take. harmless and gives im
mediate results. D. 0. Rhame. Summerton:
Dr. WV. MJ~lrockinton. Manning.
We desire our readers to iread the
new advertisement of W. C'. Chandler.
who has opened up in the McLeod
block, and besides his undertaking bus
iness, he is carrying a nice line oi every
thing in the furniture line. His store
is a combination of groceries and furni
ture, and there will be found at Chan
der's a wvell assorted stock of family
groceries, where the housekeeper can
be supplied with many things not here
tofore kept in this towvn. and which are
so necessary to a well regulated house
hold. Before buying, give Chandler a
call, and he will do his best to satisfy
your wants either in the furniture or
grocery lines.
DcaRING the Summer Season. Cramps come
upon us suddenly and remaih until the pain is
driven away by a dose or two of PAIN-KLLEPR,
the celebrated cure for all summer complaints.
from simple cramps to the most aggravated
forms of cholera morbus or dysentery. No
household should be without the Pain-killer
Avoid substitutes. there is but one Pain-Killer.
Perry Davis'. 25c. and 50c.
The Manning Guards, at one time the
pride of the town has been disbanded.
and the guns, uniforms and accounttre
ments, have been shipped to Columbia.
This is to be regreted and we hope the
day will never come when the young
mn of this town will i-egret that they
Idid not interest themselves in the keep
ing up of this company. Captain Lewis
held on to the organization as long as
he could. hoping ceery day that the
people would become inter'ested, and
keep the company in existance. He
deserves credit, in the face of all of tihe
discouraging influences, lie held the
company as long as he did. A militaiy
compan'y in a town like this is a fine
p-otection, and the cheapest that can
be afforded, and now that wve have none
we hope that we will never realize its
necessity.
Mrs. Calvin Zimmerman. Milesburg. Pa.. says.
"As a speedy cure for coughs, colds. crouap and
sore throat One Minute Cough Cure is unequal
ed It is pleasant for children to take. I hear
tily recommend it to mothers." It is the only
harmess remedy that produces immediate re
sl s. It cures bronchitis, pneumonia. grippe
ad throat and lung diseases. It will prevent
consumption. D. 0. Rhame. Summerto)n: Dr.
W.X' M. Brockinton. Manning.
"Openings" havec become fixed in
stitutions with oui- merchants. and the
various seasons. necessitate various
oeings Jenkinson's store wvas the
scene for a spiring opening last week.
as was previously adver'tised in THE
TIMES. and the result was that for sex'
Ieral days his store was visited by many
people, and from the packages we sup
pose he sold many' bills. Jenkinson's
store was handsomely dressed for the
occasion, and his goo'ds were beautifully
and attractively ariranged so that the
v-isitors could see what the newv thingrs
in styles were. In his millinery depart
ment. the ladies were highly entertain
ed by MIiss C'oppedge who had just ds
played the ver-y latest in the millinery
line, and we can safely say that Mlan
ning is now wecll pre'pare'd to till the
desites of the most fastideous in the
Idry goods and milliner-y lines.
TTANTED-Honest man or woman to travel
SV for large house: salary *%5 monthly and
expenses. with increase: position permanent:
incose self-addressed stamped env'elope. MAN
The Prohibitionists are -oing to En
ter the political arena with an organ
ized effort this year. They propose to
organize themselves into "Leagues."
and pull for the candidates who are
labeled "prohibition." We doubt ex
ee-edingly the success of the scheme. as
we find the people are not going to be
"Leagued" into voting for any man or
set of men, but that they are indepen
dent thinkers. and will do their own
selecting. There are many men who
would vote for prohibition if. in their
judgment they believed prohibition
laws are practicable. but notwithstand
ing that they believe in the prineiple.
they do not propose to be "Leagued"
into voting for any particular candi
dates. There was a time in this coun
trv when conditions necessitated fac
tions. but that time has passed. and the
voters do t heir own selecting: a.s a rule.
every voter in this county know the
vandidates. he knows whether or not
he wishes to east his vote for them
without being carrolled into a
--League." and there be dictated to by
a leader. We do not think the "League"
scheme will work in Clarendon.
Caught a Dreadful Cold.
Marion Kooke. manager for T. 'M. Thompson
a large importer of line millinery at 1658 SIl
waukee Avenue. Chicago. says: -During the late
evere weather I caught a dreadful cold which I
kept me awake at night and made me untit to'
attend my work during the day. One of my mil
liners was taking Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
for a severe cold at that time. which seemed to
relieve her so quickly that I bought some for
myself. It acted like magic and I began to im
prove at once. I am now entirely well and feel
very pleased to acknowledge its merits." For
sale by The R. B. Loryea drug store. Isaac M.
Loryea. Prop.
Week of Prayer.
This is praver meeting week at the
Baptist church. On Last Monday
night Rev. W. A. Kelly of Sumter
poke on -How to promote the interest
>f the prayer meeting.
Last night Rev. J. Huggins of Paeks
ille spoke on Comfort in concert of
prayer.
Tonight Rev. J. I. Ayres of Sumter
vill take for his subject: What we
ose by neglect of tne prayer meeting.
Tomorrow (Thursday) night. Rev.
A. J. Neilsen's (of Charleston) talk will
be "The aid the prayer meeting renders
-o the christian life.
Friday night Rev. A. P. Wilson
Bishopville. The relation of the prayer
neeting to the church.
sunday morning -The perfect life, by
lev. J. 0. Gough.
These meetings are being well at
ended.
Free of Charge.
Any adult suffering from a cold settled on the
reast. bronchitis. throat or lung troubles of
ny nature. who will call at the R. B. Loryea
rug Store. Isaae M. Loryea. Propr.. will be
resented with a sample bottle of Boschee's
erman Syrup. free of charge. Only one bottle
riven to one person. and none to children with
ut order from parents.
No throat or lung remedy ever had su-h a sale
5 Boschee's German Syrup in all parts of the
ivilized world. Twenty years ago millions of
ottles were given away, and your dru;:gists will
ell you its success was marvelous. It is really
be only Throat and Lung Remedy generally
ndorsed by physicians. One 75 cent bottle will
ure or prove its value. b
Hello ! Listen!
Humorous lecture next Wednesday 1
ight. April 11. at the court house, by 5
)r. J. A. Clifton of Sumter. S. C., un- ,
er the auspices of the Epworth League 1
)f the Methodist church. The public
_vited. A treat in store for everybody.
:ome. Admission. 25e. for adults and4
~5c. for children.
A Thousand Tongues
Could not express the rapture of Annie E.
pringer of 11e5 Howard st.. Philadelphia. Pa..
hen she found that Dr. King's New Discovery
r Consumption had completely cured her of a
acking cough that for many years had made
ife a burden. All other remedies and doctors
ould give her no help, but she says of this royal (
re. --it soon removed the pain in my chest and
can now sleep soundly. something I can scarcc
remember doing before. I feel like sounding
s praises throughout the universe." So will
very one who tries Dr. King's New Discovery
r ay trouble of the throat. chest or lungs.
'rice 50)c. and $l. Trial bottles free at the R. B.
oryea dru;: store: every bottle guaranteed. 5a
Stages of Water.
Camden. M1arch 30. 8 a. m.-Height of Wateree
iver, 10.7 feet. being a fall of 5-10) of a foot dur
ng past :14 hours.
April 2. 8 a. m.--Height of Wateree river.
'.3 feet. being a fall of 1.7 feet during past 24
ours.
Columbia. Miarch 30. 8 a. m.-Height of Conga
ee river. 2.1 feet. being a fall of 3-10 of a foot
uring past 24 hours.
April 2. 8 a. m.-Hei;:ht of Co~igaree river.
5 fee t. being a rise of 1-10 of a foot during past
4 hours.
St. Stephen's. April 2. 8 a. am.-Height ofI
antee river. 8.7 feet. being a rise of 1-10 of a
ot during past 24 hours.
Quick Results.
Coolidge. Ky.. Aug. 1. 1898.
I have been suffering with female troubles and
as unable to get relief. I was persuaded to try
enedicta and after one month's treatment I
an reconmmend your remedy to suffering women.
M1Rs. H. R. G1LREATHI.
Sold by the R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
REV. ARTHUR CRANE'S REPLY
nswers His Crities, and Takes Preach
ers to Account.
CHARLESTON, April 2.-Following his
ermon of last Sunday, Rev. Arthur
rane, who recently moved here from
gew Jersey, preached again last night
ginst vice in Charleston.
He said that unless the blind tigers,
the gambling houses and houses of ill
epute are closed in Charleston he will
roduce evidence and facts which will
orce the authorities to act. Rev. Crane
as visited the places about which he
as preached and he reiterated his de
ermination of seeing them closed. he
enies that he has emulated the example
f Dr. Parkhurst. and severely criticised
the other ministers of the city who have
alked disparagingly of his crusade
gainst vice and sin.
Keep Quiet
.d use Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diar
hta Remedy for all pains of the stomach and
.l unnatural looseness of the bowels. It always
:ures. For sale by the R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Isaac 3I. Loryea. Prop~r. ljanlay
Killed Two Men at Once.
GREENSBOtO, N. C., ,March 30.-Three
en who were serving out their sen
ences on the county roads about 9 miles
from here made a break for liberty yes
erday afternoon. The guard fired and
wo of the convicts being in line the
bullet passed entirely through one of
hem. killing him instantly, and wound
ng the other mortally.
The Best Remedy for Rheumatism.
dtcK RtELtEr FRUN PAIN.
All who use Chamberlain's Pain Balm for
rheumatism are delighted with the quick relie-f
from pain which it affords. When speaking of
this 31r. D. N. Sinks, of Troy. Ohio. says:
--Some time ago I had a severe attack of rheu
atism in my arm and shoulder. I tried num
erous remedies but got no relief until I was rec
>mmended by MIessrs. Goe. F. Parson & Co..
tiruggists of this place. to try Chamberlain's
Pain Balm. They recommended it so highly
that I bought a bottle. I was soon relieved oIf
ll pafin. I have since recommended this lini
ment to many of my friends, who agree with me
that it is the best remedy for muscular rheuma
ism in the market." For sale by The Rt. 11.
Lora drug store. Isaac SI. Loryea. Prop.
President Will Attend.
CHARLESTON, March 29.-The local
omittee has received a letter announc
ing that President McKinley will come
to Charleston during the National Edu
cational association convention and that
very probably General John B. Gordon,
onnander-in-chicf of the United Con
federate veterans, will also be in this
city on that occasion.
Iatism and Sores. Price, 25 cents.
Col. Brailsford Not Pleased, But Makes
Good Suggestion.
Editor The Manning Times:
Your inquiring in hist week's issu
as to what is being done to re-pre;Sen
" C'amp Harry Benbow" at the ap
proaching general Reunion to tak<
pine on May 30th, at Louisville. Ky.
furnishes me with the opportunity o
stating our status as to that meeting.
'lhe date selected for that meeting
vi'tuallv forbids the attendance of tht
agricultural clases and was chosen ir
deference to the conveniences and in
terests of the commercial classes as be,
ing a more desirable element to enter
tai, less likely to claim LouisvillE
hospitality and with much more mone
to spend. This is not the first occasiot
that this discrimination has been made.
Three-fourths of the Veterans today
are toiling for dear ones and heroically
striving to defend them against shy.
locks and famine. and if the rule of the
majority are to govern. surely their
convenience should have been the firsit
consideration.
To call our Camp to assemble at the
court house just now would be most in
considerate in view of the rush we are
making to recover lost ground from wet
days and a late spring would very nat
urally and excusably result in a beg
ardly array of empty benches. 1 am
satisfied there is not a member of our
Camp that anticipates going to Louis
rille. Should there be such a lone in
dividual he can call upon Hon. Geo. ..
Jones. secretary and treasurer. for a
oertificate of membership entitling him
to all the hospitality dispensed on the
e.;asion.
It impresses me that the 'eterans are
apidly realizing that these general Re
unions are gotten up in the interests of
the cities and railroads,. and with no
urpose to do them special honor, for
heir car fare, hack and hotel expenses
tre precisely that of any dude or drum
mer. It is true that the absolutely des
itute are herded together and fed up
>n rough and cold rations with the
view of increasing the grand procession
>f heroes. who are then marched for
ours through the streets often under
a blazing sun to be stared out of coun
enance by a stupid crowd. the majority
>f whom feels no more interest in them
han they would in a circus procession.
rhese grand Reunions mean a half mil
ion dollars to any city that secures it:
aence their patriotic desire and hot
ights to obtain it. No. the Confederate
>oys are getting at a stage of juvenility
ind they can't afford to subject them
elves to the fatigues, discomforts and
xposure of these mammoth meetings
alled Reunions, but composed of two
hirds citizens out on a cheap excursion.
I am sure I but voice the sentiment
f the veterans, when I say we have no
iesire now to go beyond the confines of
,ur State to attend reunions. Our ac
uaintance with troops from other
tates are but limited, and this idea of
nobilizing thousands of old soldiers
inknown to each other is the outcome
)f selfish greed. and mercenary motives
tnd never reflected our wishes.
Our State reunions are most conge
ial to us for we look into the brave
aces of men who touched elbows with
is in the deadly charge, and when we
ell bore us bleeding to the rear. These
eunions should be -pon the tented
eld, and it is my desire to have passed
t the next session of the legislature a
)ill authorizing the Governor to in
truct the Adjutant General to select
suitable spot upon a mountain stream
emote from any town, and upon the 1st.
Ionday in August of every alternate
ear erect thereon a sufficient number
f tents to accomnodate all State veter
ns. cooking untensils and corded wood
.o be sup~plied on the grounds. The
ents to be erected in brigade formation
nd posted so that one can readily find
is friends.
To see the boys under canvas once
ore would be a realization indeed.
ree tosing his war songs, throw off his
oat. kick off his shoes and pretend he
asnt got any cares as of yore, and
moke his pipe by the camp fire far
way from the dust and confusion of a
!ity and the fear of the trolley car run
ing over them... Their messes would
e organized by correspondence. and
oops of chickens. bags of home cured
ams and buckets of butter forwarded
o chief of mess. Soldiers would again
reak bread together, drink out of the
ame canteen-and served by the same
athful cooks in many instances.
D. W. BRAILSFORD.
Commanding Camp Harry Benbow.
A Testimonial from Old England.
"I consider Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the
est in the world for bronchitis." says Mr. WVil
am Savory. of Warrington. England. "It has
aved my wife's life, she having been a martyr
o bronchitis for over six years. being most of
be time confined to her bed. She is now quite
el." Sold by The R. B. Loryca drug store.
sac M. Loryea. Prop.
Want of principal is the pr'incile
cant of a great many people.
It Saves the Children.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has saved the
es of thousands of croupy children. It is also
vithout an equal for colds and whooping cough.
'or sale by the R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac
LI Loryea. Propr. [janlay
SURVEYOR'S CARD.
Parties desiring surveys and pints made wvill
'eceive my most c'areful and acurdte attention.
I am supplied with improved instruments.
Address S. 0. CANTEY.
Summerton. S. ('.
j F. RHAME. .In..
ATTORNEY AT La\w,
MANNING, S. ('.
Notice of Reorgaization.
In accordance with the requirements
f the constitution of the Democratic
)arty of the South Carolina, there will
>eC a'convention held in Manning at the
ourt house on the 7th, day of May. for
he -aurpose of electing a county chair
nan, a member of the State Democratic
xecutive Committee, and to send del
ates to a State convention which will
e held in Columbia for the purpose of
eting delegates to the National con
'ention, and to attend to other' business.
'he Democratic clubs throughout the
ourty will assemble at their r'espective
laces of meeting on the 28th, day of
\pril to reorganize, elect oflicers, a
nember of the county executive comu
mitt ee. and to elect delegates to the
~ounty convention to be held in Man
ning on the 7th. (lay of May. The del
~gates will be elected on a basis of one
elegate for every 25 names on club
-'o1. and one dclegate for the majority
Fractional part of said roll.
The various presidents will assemble
Lheir clubs in accordance with the no
ice herein given.
By order of JF. ELBERT DAVIS.
County C'hairman.
A. J. RICHBIOURG, See'y.
Manning S. C. April 4. 19)00.
Furniture Stains
and Varnishes.
A Can With Brush, 25c.
--AT
RHAME'S DRUG S'TORE,
SUMMERTON. S.C.
I Pand Whiskey abits
diirn't at home with
I- e- tieu. i 's sen t R R EE.
we~ T-. se R.B. .1W30L LE Co..
CELERY COMPOU~DI
TIhe human systemin n ld age
must have a large store of nervous
energy and rich, nourishing blood.
Paine's Celery Compound keeps the
liver and kidneys active, the body
strong and sustains vitality
R. B. LORYEA
DRUQ STOEE,
ISAAc M. LORYEA, Propr.
Sign of '2Golden
MANNING, S. C.
'PHONE NO. 2.
Wmn. C. CHANDLER,
Furniture &
Undertaking.
WE ALSO CARRY A NICE LINE OF THE
Choicest Groceries.
ALSO
Can Goods,
Spices, Sauces,
Pickles, Candies,
Tobacco and Segars.
Come and see us in our up-to-date
store.
W. C. CHANDLR,
McLeod Block, -- MANNING, S. C.
MONEY TO LOAN.
I am prepared to negotiate loans
:n good real estate security, on rea
sonable terms.
R 0. O PURDY,
Sumter, S. C.
SPRING
'rOur Dre
Aetebeautiful selections of a buy<
experience. This season's purchases
TASTE, QUA
The added virtue of LOW PRICES
appreciate our efforts and give us the ple
in Clean. Cold Figuie as, follow
Little Notions.
10000 , ChoolTab
5000 I"~ 5c.
5000 PenclSholTb 50c.
5000 TO 1Oc.
25300 e 1c
2Lots Bone (Collar Button-. 2
a ca d.. . . . .. . --. *
1Lot good (uoi Button's. a.1 c
pair ................
150 Brshs ......... .
100 and Face Power... 5c
250 Fine ...wr ot. 50.
200 cFo T'. 8c.
150Bi".1Fkuoer Pots......1 0
Wash Goods and Calicoes.
1 good Calicoe'..valuee. ~>.
c. Lot b. L alicoes, vorth 5c
tt .... .. .... .
1Lot Beautiful Dimity 6'c
ICord s at.......... 4 e
1Lot Fine Colored Organdies. I
Ivalue 10e.. at . ........ 12Ce
2 ~ Y~. Sei )'"n 8c.
L.ot .'oli Or'gandies and1
Law~ns at................. t .
Lots French G;ingham.
worth 15c.. at. .......
1 e .....il 6 c.
1LIot yard-wideP Per8al
1Lfot White Welts forl ldie
I kirts. value 15.. at..... I
lfc.. . 0 .. .t.25c.
1 Lo nlsh Ion h1 c
Corsets a
A good Corset helps. a gzood form. \
P. C. C. at 22c., to R~. a: G. a.......
The latest things in Belts, 2~>e. to....
JOIN THE CROWD, AND DON'T FAIL TO A
for it will lay all former "openings" in th'
S. A. P
INSURANCE:
FIRE. LIFE. ACCIDENT "
BURGLARY INSURANCE.
Tailor=Made Clothing.
FIT GUARANTEED.
A FULL LINE OF SAMPLES.
Carpets, Art Squares,
RUGS. URAPERIES & BED SETS.
Colored design-s and saimples of goods.
Carpets vewed free and wadded lining fur
iihed FREE.
J. L. WILSON.
Notice of Town Eection.
T HE QUALIFIED VOTERIS (OF THE
Town of 'Manning will hereby take
notice that an election will be held at
the Court House in NManning on Tues
day, April 10th. 1900. from 8 o'clock A.
M. to 4 P. :1.. to elect an Intendant and
four Wardens to serve the town for the
ensuing two years.
W. E. BROWN.
Intendant.
E. J. BROWNE. Clerk. [2t
Geo.SHacker& Son
cA>FACTVfElS OF
I=i
Dors.Ssh Bin s
aea
CHALSTN S.C.
LL~
Doors, Sash, Blind
M!~oulding and Building
Material,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Sash Weighlts and Cords and:
Builders' Hardware.
Window and Fancy Glass a Specialty,
?+00+0oo0o0o+o+++0o
PROOF.
It is an easy matter to claim that a
remedy has wonderful curative power.
The manufacturers of
1II ECU M [ ACI D E
leave it to those who have been perma
nently and positively cured of RHEU
MATISM to make claims. Among those
who have recently written us voluntary
letters saying they have been cured are:
Rev. J. L. Foster. Raleigh. N. C.: Mr. J.
E. Robinson. editor. Goldsboro. N. C..
Daily Argus: Mr. A. Daus. a prominent
merchant. Macon. Ga.. and Mr. W. R.
Duke. a railroad man. Kansas City. No.
Rhoeumacidlo Will Ctr5 You.
Manufactured by the
IOBITT Ditvo Co.. Raleigh. N. C.
Sold in Manning by the R. B. Loryea
SDrug Store.
.+o+o..+.o. .+o+o.o4o+o+
The Times
DOES NEAT
Job Printing.
GIVE US A TRIAL
OF 1900. i-;
;s Goods
er whose taste has been demonstrated
atisfy the r equirements of
LITY, STYLE.
is not neglected. We know you will
asur-e of showing you our new al-rivals
at .ots Fine Dimities 12 .
aLt .India Linon. value be. 5c.
Lots India~Linon. worth 8c
10.1........... c
Lots India Linon. linen tin- .~
vish. at 200 ahnd........ c
5 Pie-e .li ""tae. 10c
3 fj*e en oto.d- "i1 2!c.
10 ttl nd-- ""---.25c.;
Fine Summer~ Shoes.
1Lot Ladies' Oxfor-ds. value^
75e. 5t..........uc.e
2Lots Ladies' Oxford-. ...75c.
t .. . .....d. $ e00
at . .. .. ..1 .... 25
Then we have Shoes at all prices.
Pants and Shirts.
Lot T...........50c.
1Lo Mes unday Pnt...75c.
Lo 31eni sbetter Pant-.$s 0
5 Lo""n~ ie 'n- 1.25
4 osCt aPtt".. 1 .50
2Lots MIen's Per fect 1Fit
Ltng Pants . .... .. 00
Well wort I3.00
2 Lots Mlen's Trailore 1
Pants at.......
2 Lots M~en's Fine Pants. A
not equal led at -5 for. .U
a . By'Sit .... 85c.
Lo ......25c.
2 Lots 31en's Shit. with Af
two collars and eutis. for ~UC.
3Lots MIen's Shirt-.7
at...............
1Lot MIen's Puff Silk
Shir-ts at........ .
4gee Shirts at........ . 0
rid Belts.
e can help you to a good Corset solely.
TTEND RIGBY'S "OPENING " NEXT WEEK,
e s.hade.
LIA.BL E
) crbv.
SPRINGBILL
The New York Racket
is the place for you to
make you Spring bill of
Dry Goods, Shoes, Cloth
ing, Millinery, Embroid
eries, Laces, White
Goods and anything you
want in a Dry Goods
store.
We sell for cash, and
by so doing we sell you
lower than any other
I house in town.
C. W. KENDALL,
Prop. Yellow Front.
+oc~oopopo~o~o~c pppM~~po~opopoopopop~opop
BICYCLES.
~ Experienced
Wheelmen Will
BGcaEs Buy the IDEAL,
Because they have Tone and Style, as well as
all the other points which go to make up a first
class wheel, and because they are the best $25
- wheel on the market today. We ask you to call
and examine the 1900 IDEAL.
All the Gold in Kilondikte
Could buy no better, more carefully and accu
~~-' (rately constructed or more intelligently designed
wheels than the 1900 model
RAMBLER.
There are wheels which are higher priced, BUT NONE BET
ER.
I am still handling considerable quantities of Horses and
ules.. Will have in a car load of Mules on the 13th and a
ar load of Horses in the early part of the coming week.
H. HARBY
Sumter, S. C., January 11. 1900.
Watches and Jewelry.
I want my friends and the pubic generallyJ to knlow that whenl in nieed of a
Wedding, Birthday or Christmas Present,
Ihat in the future, as well as the past, I am prepared to supply them. My line ot
Natches Clocks sterling Silyer Diamonds Jewelry Cut Glass
Fine China Wedgewood Spectacles and Eye Glasses
~ complete, and it wvill afford me pleasure to show them.
Special and prompt attention given to all Repairing in my line
t prices to suit the times.
emE**2* .W. FOLSOM SMTER".

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