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MANNING, S. C., APIUL 25, 1900.
Why Is It
That the Jenkinson Dry Goods Store
is always so popular? Why, it is be
cause people get first class treatment
and first class goods at our place. and
prices as low as any house in the State
will name in the same class of goods.
There is nothing like selling first class
goods cheap and treating everybody
like they should be treated.
A nice lot of Ladies' nice Spring Cal
ico Shirt Waists at 25 and 35c each.
Also a beautiful line of nicer Shirt
Waists, with Collars and Cuffs, at Te,
$1 and $1.50. A nice line of Ready
Made Skirts very cheap.
Ladies, if you wish a nice pair of
Low Quartered Shoes. here is the place
to get them, from $1 ip to $2.25.
Another nice lot of Shirting Prints
at 4c per Yard.
A large stock of those famous Fast
Colored Scotch Lawns at 4ic per yard,
now worth 6tc, but you can get what
You want from us until they are all
gone at 4jc per yard.
Gent's, Boys' and Children's Hats of
all kinds, almost at your own price.
Ladies, you should not fail to see the
values we offer in all lines of Wash
W. E. JENKINSON.
Notice is hereby given that no advertise
ments will be changed in this paper where
the copy is brought in later than Saturday
Kendall has matches to burn.
Died this morning, the infant son of
Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Mills.
For sale-Corn. Hay and Oats. Legg
Governor McSweeney has appointed
Mr. Henry Stack Magistrate at. Pine
You can get a nice Tooth Brush from
5c up, at Brockinton's.
The McLeod-Wilkins-King Co., store
has been transformed into a thing of
If you want to see a pretty line of
Summer Lap Dusters, call on Legg &
There is a movement on foot to put
in operation in this town another whole
sale grocery establishment.
Just received, a new supply of Writ
ing Tablets, from lc to 10c, at Brock
Will arrive next week-a lot of the
Sumter Brick. For sale by Legg &
Manning is selling more goods for
cash this spring than ever before, and
it is the result of advertising.
Extra Buggy Dashes, Cushions, Storm
Ap-ons, Shafts, Poles, and Wagon
Shafts. Legg & Hutchinson.
Supervisor Owens wants the roa2
overseers to put the road hands at we
righ, a way. Read his notice.
We are still headquarters for all fine
Perfumery and Extracts. Call and ex
amine ourstock. Brockinton.
Congressman Norton delivered a
speech in Congress last Monday which
was an'able exposition of the South's
A few good Tennessee Horses and
Mules still on hand that can be bought
low down. Legg & Hutchinson.
The pulpit of the Presbyterian church
was filled on last Sunday by Rev.
Latimer a student of the Theological
If you wish to see a pretty line of
Harness and Men's and Boys' Riding
Saddles, go to Legg & Hutchinson.
Mrs. F. H. Chewning of Panola was
the subject of a very serious surgical
operation last Monday at Dr. Baker's
infirmary in Sumter.
We have a lot of the well known Rus
sell One-Horse and Owensboro Two
Horse Wagons that can be had cheap.
Legg & Hutchinson.
The board of health should keep a
sharp look out for the cow lots about
town that are emitting such horrible
stenches. They are a menace to putlic
Cleanse the l'iver, purify the blood. invigorate
the body by using DeWitt's Little Early Risers.
These famous litle pills always act prompty.
D. 0. Rhame, Summerton; Dr. W. M. Brocki
iEttend your club meetings next Sat
urday. Manning, and Clarendon clubs
meet in the morning at 10 o'clock and
the Farmers Platform at 4 o'clock in
Bobbitts' Chill Pills are the best. Cost less
than any other chil1 and fever remedy. and they
are guaranteed to cure, or your money back.
Price 25c. per bottle. Sold by the R. B. Loryea
Died last Sunday at Privateer Mr.
Elisha Hodge aged about 80 years. Mr.
Hodge was the oldest survivor of Co.
H. 5th, S. C. calvary commanded by
H. Clark. Chauncer, Ga.. says DeWitt's Witch
Bazel Salve cured him of piles that had afflicted
him for twenty years. It is also a speedy cure
for skin diseases. Beware of dangerous coun
terfeits. D. 0. Rhame, Summerton: Dr. W. M.
Congressman Norton has secured, a
favorable report on his bill to provide
for a federal court at Florence, and the
probability is that the bill will become
a law at this session.
'I thin'k DeWitt's Little Early Risers are the
best pilha in the.. world.," says W. E. Lake. Hap.
pv Creek. Va. They remove all obstructiohs of
the liver and bowels, act quickly and never
gripe. D. 0. Rhame. Summerton; Dr. W. M
Mr. C. D. Eberhardt one on Colum
bia~s citizens, and the father of Dr.
Charles Eberhardt who was at one
time the Pharmnacist at the R. B. Lor
ea drug store in this town, died last
J. L Carson. Prothonotary. Washington. Pa..
says. "I have found Kodo1 Dyspepsia Cure an
exceent remedy in :ase of stomach trouble.and
have derived great benefit from its use.~ It di-*
gets what you eat anid cannot fail to cure. D. 0.
Rhame, Summertonl; Dr. W. M. Brockinton,
We are requested to announce that
the Manning and Clarendon Democratic
clubs will meet in the court house next
Saturday morning in 10 o'clock for the
purpose~ of electing deleg'ates to the
county conventio)n. A full attendance
AT THIs SEA~SON of the year there are always
many deaths. particularly among children, from
summer complaint. diarrhaa dysentery, cholera
morbus, cramps. etc.. and every one ought to
know that a sure and speedy cure can easily be
obtained by taking PERY DAVIs' PAIx-KILLER
in sweetened water every half .hour. It never
fails. Avoid substitutes. there is but one Pain
Killer. Perry Davis'. Price :5c.. and 50c.
The recent rains have done untold
damage to the roads and bridges of this
county and the County Supervisor is
anxious for the road overseers to order
out all of the hatnds liable to road duty
that work on the highways may be com
menced at once.
WV. W. Mayhew, Mer-ton. Wis., says. "I con
sider One Minute Cough Cure a most wonderful
medicine, quick and safe." It is the only harm
less remedy that gives immediate results. It
cures coughs, colds. croup, bronchitis, grippe.
whooping cough, pneumonia and all throat andi
ai throat and lung diseases. Its early use pre
vents consumption. Children always like it and
mothers endorse it. D. 0. Rhame, Summer
The delay of distributing the money
for free schools now in the State treas
ury, about 84,000 coming to Clarendon,
is caused by some 15 county superin
tendants not having sent in their re
Ports. We are glad to say, however,
that our school superintendent is not
among the tardy ones.
Otto Korb, Grand Chancellor K. P.. Boonville,
Ind.. says, "DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
soothes the most delicate skin and heals the
most stubborn ulcer with certain and rood re
sults." Cures piles and skin diseases. Don't
buy an imitation. D. 0. Rhame, Summerton;
Dr. W. M. Brockinton, Manning.
It was reported here last Friday that
a mad dog had bitten one of Mr. Jim
Shorter's children near Davis. Mr.
Shorter was in Manning Monday and
in reply to our question, said the report
was not true; that some one had given
the dog a dose of ground glass and the
dog was suffering from it, and to relieve
i- he had the dog killed. His child was
not bitten at all.
W. H. Shipman. Beardsley. Minn.. under oath.
says he suffered from dyspepsia for twenty-live
years. Doctors and dieting gave but. little re
lief. Finally he used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and
now eats what he likes and as much as he wants
and he feels like a new man. It digests what
you eat. D. 0. Rhame, Summerton: Dr. V. M.
In the court house last Friday eve
ning a meeting was hold for the par
pose of considering the advisability of
of organizing a miliitary company. The
attendance was fairly good and quite a
number expressed a desire to join.
Mr. J. Harry Lesesne presided over
the meeting and committees were ap
pointed for enlistment and conferring
with the State authorities. There will
be another meeting called by one of
the committees, notice of which will be I
-No family can afford to be without One Min
ute Cough Cure. It will stop a cough and cure
a cold quicker than any other medicine." writes
C. W. Williams. Sterling Run, Pa. It cures
croup. bronchitis and all throat and lung trou
bles and prevents consumption. Pleasant and
harmless. D. 0. Rhame, summerton: Dr. W.
M. Brockinton, Manning.
One of our readers complained to us
the day before yesterday of the scarcity
of news in our local columns, and we
were forced to confess that we are not
giving as much as we would like. If
our friend will just take our place for
one issue, he will then realize how
difficult it is to aet news when there is I
none. Our local columns are used for
news of local interest solely, and when
there is a scarcity .ve can only do the
best we can by giving our readers what
No Right to Ugliness.
The woman who is lovely In face, form and
temper will always have friends, but one who
would be attraciive must keep her health. If
she is weak, sickly and all run down, she will
be nervous and irritable. If she has constipa
tion or kidney trouble. her impure blood will
cause pimples. blothes. skin eruptions and a
wretched complexion. Electric Bitters is the
best medicine in the world to regulate stomach.
liver and kidneys and to purify the blood. It
gives strong nerves. bright eyes. smooth. velvety
skin, rich complexion. It will make a good
looking. charming woman of a run-down invalid.
Only 50 cents at The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. 2
When a young couple starts out to go
to a picnic and a rain comes along and I
tears a hole in their calculations. it is
real mean that. some one should set
afloat a rumor that the couple had got
ten married. This was the experience
of a young couple in this county not
many'days ago, and the young fellow
hearing the report, made haste to reach
the editor, lest he might chronicle the
event which never happened. All that
we will say about it is, that we are sorry
'ie rumor was not true, and we believe
the young fellow is too.
The Best Remedy for Rhenmatism.
QUICK RELIEF FRON PAIN.
All who use Chamberlain's Pain Balm for
rheumatism are delighted with the quick relief
rom pain which it affords. When speaking of
this Mr. D. N. Sinks. of Troy. Ohio. says:
"Some time ago I had a severe attack of rheu
matism in my arm and shoulder. I tried num-I
erous remedies but got no relief until I was rec-l
ommended by Messrs. Goe. F. Parson & Co.,
ruggists of this place, to try Chamberlain's~
Pain Balm. They recommended it so highly
that I bought a bottle. I was soon relieved o
all pain. I have since recommended this 1al
ment to many of my friends, who agree with me
that it Is the best remedy for muscular rheuma
tism in the market." For sale by The R. B.
Lorea drug store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
There are a good many fellows knock
ing about these days wearing white
shirts and standing collars who are en
deavoring to ascertain what their'
chances would be in case they run for
a certain office. It is a way they have
of inducing an expression in shape of a
promise of support. The best way for
a candidate to do is togo down into his
jeans like a free and independent Am
erican citizen, haul out a $5 bill, give it
to THE TMES and make his announce
ment like the fellow who got religion
and didn't care who knew it. If a man
should have confidence enough in his
'chances to pay a little something to let,
the people know what he wants.
"Opportanity is the Cream of Time."
Now is your opportunity. There is no time
when the system is so much in need of a good
medicine. l'ke Hood's Sarsaparilla, and no time
when It is so susceptible to the benelt~s to be
derived from such a medicine. By purifying,
enricning and vitalizing the blood and toning up
the system Hood's Sarsaparilla starts you right
for a whole year of health.
Constipation is cured by Hood's Pills.
A few weeks ago there appeared in
this paper an item suggesting neigh
borhood cotton seed oil mills, and in
response to the same, one of our enter
prising young farmers wrote us a letter
asking for information about machin
ery, the probable cost etc. This young
man was so impressed with the article
that he has gone to work investigating
the project, and from what we can learn
we believe he will try the experiment.
Since then another has spoken to us
about the matter with a view of trying
thebusiness. If the project is started.
and proves a success nearly every cot-,
ton gin in the county will have a small
seed oil attachment, and then good bye
to the combinations that are now squeez
ing the oil out of the seed,as well as the
money out of the people's pockets.
Bismnarck's Iron Nerve
Was the result of his splendid health. In-'
domitable will and tremendous energy are not
found where stomach. liver, kidneys and bowels
are out of order. If you want these qualities
and the success they bring, use Dr. Kings New
Life Pills. They develop every power of brain
and body. Only 25c. at The R. B. Loryea Drug
The Connor Rifles Having Trouble.
There is trouble in the camp of the
Connor Mounted Rifies which may re
sult with unpleasantness.
Last Saturday at Packsville the com
pany held a m'eeting at wvhich thirty
six members were present. The State's
militia appropriation brought on a
heated discussion and Capt. D. E. Wells
refused to turn the money received
from the State over to the men. as had
been the custom heretofore, Captain
Wells claiming that he was advised to
hold the money to be expended for com
pany purposes. The rule has been that
when the money came from the State.
for each man to receive his portion.
Captain Wells lives in the Privateer
section and he wants the company to
have its drills near his home: the men,
howevr, prefer Packsville, and many
of them think he is holding the money
to force them to go to Privateer.
The men are considerably worked up
over the affair, and at their next meet
in g they propose to take such steps as
will require the Adjutant General to
take some action. Some of the men are
in favor of expelling Captain Wells
from the company's membership and
petition the State authorities to order a
C B O IL cures
I#IICuts, Burns, Bruises, Rhen
Imaiam and Sores. Price, 25 cents.
Sold by the R. B Loryea Drug Store.
Cheap Railroad Rates.
The Atlantic Coast Line will sell
round trip reduced rates on account of
the following occasions:
Annual Convention Christian En
deavor Union of South Carolina. at
Aiken, April 25-28. Tickets on sale
23d to 25th, inclusive. To Columbia,
$3; to Denmark, $4.05. Final limit,
Lutheran Conference, Cameron, S. C..
April 27-29, $2.75. Tickets on sale 26
28 inclusive. Final limit, May 1st.
Festival of Music and Art. Columbia.
April 26-27. at rate $1.80. Tickets sold
April 25-27 inclusive. Final limit,
Merry Makers' Celebration. Augusta,
Ga., April 23-28, 44.10. Tickets on
sale April 21 to 27 inclusive. Final
limit. April 30.
Annual Meeting Grand Lodge I. 0.
0. F. of South Carolina. Newberry.
April 25. Tickets to Columbia, $3: on
sale 24-25. Final limit, 28, 1900.
We have on sale here mileage books,
something which has been badly needed.
Coolidure. Ky.. Aug. 1. 1P9q.
I have been suffering with female troubles and
was unable to get relief. I was persuaded to trv
Benedicta and after one month's treatment I
can recommend your remedy to suffering women.
MRS. H. R. GILREATH.
Sold by the n. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Census Enumerators for Clarendon County.
Brewington and Harmony-Thomas
Calvarv-Mrs. Eva S. Felder.
Concord-Louis T. Fischer.
Douglas and Sandy Grove-Daniel L.
Friendship-Shields P. Holladay.
Manning Township-J. J. Bragdon.
Manning Town--J. A. Weinberg.
Midway and New Zion-John Hugh
Mt. Zion and St. Mark's-Andrew
Plowden's Mill-Paui S. Harvin.
St. James-John B. Mellette.
St. Paul-Henry A. Richbourg.
Sammy Swamp--William S. Briggs.
Santee-R. Cosby Newton.
Are grand, but skin eruptions rob life of joy.
Bt.cklen's Arnica Salve, cures them: also old
running and fever sores, ulcers, boils, felons.
corns, warts, cuts, bruises, burns, scalds, chap
ped hands chilblains. Best pile cure on earth.
Drives out pains and aches. Only 25c. a box.
Cure guaranteed. Sold by The R. B. Loryea
Never marry a girl who is not indus
trious-you might want her to support
you some time.
It Saves the Children.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedv has saved the
lives of thousands of croupy children. It is also
without an equal for colds and whooping cough.
For sale by the R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac
M. Loryea. Propr. [janlay
F OR RENT-Four r.o'om cottage recently oc
cupied by Mr. S. E. :ngram. $6 per month.
Also. furnished rooms. Apply
MRS. E. C. ALSBROOK.
The following Report of Claims al
1900, to the 14th day of April, 1900, bo
whose favor, for what purpose, and th
to the Act of the Legislature in 1897:
1900. I g o
DATE. _4 AI
Jany 18~ 1 J. P. Andrews, coroner...
2 L. L. Wells, traveling exr
3 W. T. Tobias, coroner's c
22~ 4 J. P. Andreyvs, coroner...
26 5 W. W. Anderson, guard c
27 6 W. T. Tobias, coroner's c
Feb y 31 7 Jno. W. Lesesne, clerk's a
8 L L. Wells, Superintende
9 J. A. & 0.0C. Way, lumbe
10 A. P. Raginl, magistrate..
11 J. H. Lowder, magistrate'
12Ms~nning Hardware Comr
13'R. A. Hair, guard chaing
141B. T: Harvin, overseer ch
17 1 HuggisChandler, beel
16 . . Dckon, magistrate
171P. E. Ridgeway, Jr., mag:
18;R. L. Bell, work for chain,
M'ch 3: 19:Dr. P. M. Sally, autopsy.
201A. P. Ragin, magistrate's
211T. R. Robinson, magistra
221H. B. Bateman,"
23 H. :B. Bateman,"
2Manning Hardware Comr
25 W. J. Wheeler, lumber...
26 W. Scott Harvin, lumber
27 Jno. W. Lesesne, clerk's e
I28 Joe Sprott, wood for comn
291W. P. Legg, hay for chair
30 W. H. Castine, bridge wol
31fW. J. Turbeville, lumber
32S. C, Turbeville, supplyin
331W. J. Turbeville, bridge a
I34 R. A. Hair, guard chaings
35B.T. Harvin, overseer ch
10' 36JMrs. Sallie McKnight, tin
131 37F. N. Wilson, insurance..
I38 T. J. Tisdale, et al, equali
391Jno. S. Watt,
40 D. F. Lide,
411 A. J. Richbourg,
42 A. T. Buddin,
43 J. M. Player,
441J. F. Bradham,
45 J. C. Baker,
46 R. H. Griffin,
47 M. D. Wells,
4H. L. Brunson,
491S. C. Turbeville,
. 50R. E. Smith,
IA51 T. E. Burgess,
B51 George Thames,
A2W. L Boseman,
8 W. A. Alsbrook,
53'J. H. Burgess,
541 C. R. Sprott.
,55 S. M. Nexsen,
,561J. S. Mitchum,
A59 E. R. Plowden.
591J. E. Lee,
60lT. L. Bagnal,
61 J. E. Richbourg,
62 J. A. Burgess,
63 J. M. Montgomery,
6,5 W. L. McLeod,
66 J. M. Strange,
67 D. Levi,
6$ R. M. McKnight,
691W. M. Plowden,
70 A. P. Burgess,
71 J. Q. Mathis,
721A. P. Brock,
78 E. B. Pelder,
74 P. E. Ridgeway, Jr., magi
24h -75R. M. Strange, chaingang
70L. K. Howle, equalization
I77~ Walker, Evans & Cogswe]
A78 W. R~. Mood, examining 11'
I 78 J. H. Lowder, magistrate
79 E. C. Dickson, magistrate
180 W. C. Chandler, beef for
.81 H. B. Bateman, constabl<
82'J. F. Richbourg, magistra
83iJ. F. Richbourg, magistre
84 J. P. Andrews, coroner...
85|J. P. Andrews, coroner..
April 7 86!R. M. Johnson, coroner's'
871A. P. Ragin, acting coron
88 J. F. Rihourg, magistra
89!Jno. W. Lesesne, clerk's i
90!S. J. Bowman. wood, pos'
91 B. T. Harvin, overseer ch
921R. A. Hair, guard chaing
93 A. P. Ragin, magistrate..
94!J. F. Richbourg, constabli
95|A. J. Richbourg, magistri
96|P. E. Ridgeway, Jr., magi
971D. J. Bradham, Sheriff, j
985J. M. Windham, wood, pi
99J. M. Windham, examini!
13 100;The Bailey Lebby Co., br
101|Jno. W. Lesesne, freight
14 102 S. M. Nexsen, lumber and
104 E. B. Gamble, freight on
JTO W. TESuSnE Clerk.
Editor The .MIanning Times:
The Summerton Library Association
held its regular meeting at the resi
dence of Rev. M. A. Connors last eve
ning. The following officers were elec
ted to serve for the next term: Presi
dent, S. 0. Cantey; vice-president, J.
C. Bailey; secretary, Miss Katie An
derson; treasurer, Miss Sue Richard
son: librarian, Miss May Foster.
The remaining hours of the evening
were spent with the social and literary
features of the club. Special mention
should be made of the singing of Miss
Maud Brock of Panola.
Our community has had an abund
ance of rain for the past three days.
Fortunately the weather has kept warm
and all of our cotton and corn is about
up. S. 0. C.
Summerton, S. C.. April 21, 1900.
A Testimonial from Old England.
--I consider Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the
best in the world for bronchitis." says Mr. Wil
liam Savory. of Warrington. England. "It has
saved my wife's life, she having been a martyr
to bronchitis for over six years. being most of
the time confined to her bed. She is now quite
well." Sold by The R. B. Loryea drug store.
Isaac M. Lorvea. Prop.
A raftle is sure to be a success if peo
ple are willing to take the chances.
and use Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rha Remedy for all pains of the stomach and
all unnatural looseness of the bowels. It always
cures. For sale by the R. B. Loryea Drug Store,
Isaac M. Loryea, Propr. [janlay
Notice of Reorganizations
In accordance with the requirements
of the constitution of the Democratic
party of the South Carolina, there will
be a convention held in Manning at the
court house on the 7th, day of May, for
the purpose of electing a county chair
man, a member of the State Democratic
Executive Committee, and to send del
egates to a State convention which will
be held in Columbia for the purpose of
electing delegates to the National con
vention, and to attend to other business.
The Democratic clubs throughout the
county will assemble at their respective
places of meeting on the 28th, day of
April to reorganize, elect officers, a
member of the county executive com
mittee, and to elect delegates to the
county convention to be held in Man
ning on the 7th, day of May. The del
egates will be elected on a basis of one
delegate for every 25 names on club
roll, and one delegate for the majority
fractional part of said roll.
The various presidents will assemble
their clubs in accordance with the no
tice herein given.
By order of J. ELBERT DAVIS,
A. J. RICHBOURG, Sec'y.
Manning S. C. April 4, 1900.
Censem and beanif the hair.
Pomeoes a luxuriant growtb.
NeVe :7as to Restore Gra
Esir to itas Yeuthau Color.
)proved from the 1st day of January,
;h inclusive, showing the number, in
e amount, is published in conformity
D PURPosE. AM'T.
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nses................... ..2 100 00
>nstable.................. ... 2 00
. . .. ... .. ... .. ... .. .. 11 00
aingang....... ............. 8 33
nstable...... ...... ........2 00
lary.................... ... 12 50
t of Education, salary.......37 50
... .. ... .. ... .. ... .. .. 31 76
... .. . . .. ... .. ... .. .. 8 33
constable... ......... .....6 25
any, chaingang supplies... 26 51
eng. ... ... .... ... . . ... 18 45
ligang..................... 7 75
for chaingang......... 8 96
s salary..................- 25 00
strate's constable............ 16 66
salary ..................... 833
be's constable......... 6 25
" .. ... ... ... . 625
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ny, chiaingang supplies... 17 50
... .. ... .. ... .. ... .. .. 53 12
... .. .. .. ... .. ... .. .. 13 17
lary................... .... 10 50
t house... .. ............-..1 50
gang... ..............-100 00
k.. .. .2. ... ... ... .-. -- 8 50'
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paupers....... ........... 14 50~
ork.. .. .. .. .... .. 11 10
g......... ................ 16 60
tingang................... 27 75
Lber........................ 34 00
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ration board............ ..I 5 90
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strate's constable....... .... 10 66
and poor accounts........... 35 47
board....... .............. 1 00
Co., stationery, ete,........-38 81
s constable.......... ....... 6 25
s salary............... ..... 50 00
~haingang........ ..-.-- ...... 4 15
............ ...... .........86 25
. ...................... 110
. . .. ... .. ... . ... .. .. 11 00
~onstable.........--..-....... 2 00
r................... ....... 8 3
alary.....................I 11 50
age, etc...... .............. 6 10
aingang................ ... 27 75
tng.......:.. ........ ...... 16 66
....... .................... 8 33
strate's constable...........1 66
il reports................. 86 50
,stage, etc................... 3 12
Lg lunatie.......... .......... 5 00
[dge material................ 87 '78
n bridge material............. 6 72
poor account........... .... 35 92
poor and chaingang acts 184 98
T. C. OWENS,
Supervisor Clarendon onnty.
MR. EDITOR: Please announce as a
candidate for the office of Sheriff of
Clarendon County one who has been
tried in war and proven true in peace,
the peerless soldier, the sterling friend
and citizen, Col. Harry L. Benbow, and
THE VOTERS OF CLARENDON.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Sheriff of Clarendon
County, subject to the action of the
Democratic primary, and pledge my
self to support the nominees of the
E. B. GAMBLE.
'Mr. Editor: Please announce me as a
candidate for Sheriff, subject to the
rules of the Democratic party.
J. H. LESESN.
For County Auditor.
Promising to abide by the decision of
the Democratic primary, I announce
myself a candidate for election to the
office of County Auditor.
EDGAR C. DICxsON.
For County Auditor.
To the Democratic Voters of Clarendon
I hereby announce my candidacy for
the office of County Auditor. Have
never before offered my services for a
public officer to the people of my coun
ty. If I am fitted for the position, vote
for me: if I am unworthy, vote against
me. Your decision at the Democratic
primary election shall be my pleasure
to abide. Respectfully.
JNo. C. LANHAI,
Summerton, S. C.
Notice to Road Overseers.
Manning, S. C., April 23, 1900.
The condition of the public highways
is such that it is necessary for work on
them to be commenced right away.
It is hereby ordered that you require
every person liable to perform road
duty to work upon the said highways
six days if so many be necessary to put
the said highways in good condition.
T. C. OWENS,
Notice to Road Overseers.
SUPERVISOR CLARENDON COUNTY.
Manning, S. C., April 18, 1900. S
You are hereby required to report to
me all'persons who are plowing into the
public roads, and furnish me with the
necessary data to base a warrant for
their arrest. It is the duty of road
overseers to prevent this violation of
law, and as complaints have been made
to me I will do my duty and I want the
overseers to do theirs. .
T. C. OWENS,
Mv Lot and Dwellino in Manning.
Als6 two desirable Building Lots a
For terms apply to
51-tf I Manning, S. C.
Urger SS,oOo Cash Deposit.
Ita1iroad Far. Paid.
Op auIea. so omhsexas. Very Cheap seard.
The Newest Creation
the Goods that real
sent every wish fc
Every Fashionable -Sp:
PPHERE is a certainty i
ways sdcure the late
or Waist that you et
We are showing are the most re
then comes the price. The mos
take care not to overcharge you.
At other places for your Spring 1
TIEST FASHIONS here at reaso
Do not fail to examine our lat
Also our new arrivals of FinE
Pompadour Dress Goods, in the
We are still leaders in White
S. A. F
"A livelier iris changes on the burnishd dove.
In the Spring a young mans fancy lightly turns
to thoughts of love."
This possibly may be the opinion of the young
man regarding Spring. but the majority of piC
tical People who f ully realize what the Spring
season has in store for them, and to avoid the
weakness. debility, loss of energy, nervousness
and all diseases arising from an Impure or low
condition of the blood will take
RELIABLE BLOOD AND TONIC REMEDIES
And thus avert much suffering and annoyances
in the future.
We have constantly in Stock the following
well known Remedies which are accompanied
by testimonials from the manufacturers as well
as local commendation:
ALLENS CONCENTRATED EXTRACT OF
SARSAPARILLA & YELLOW DOCK,
PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND,
ST. JOSEPH'S SARSAPARILLA.
ALLAN'S COMPOUND EXTRACT OF CEL
DR. KLINE'S GREAT NERVE RESTORER,
DR. MILES' RESTOR.eA??"X NERVINE,
ETC.. ETC.. ETC..
And of course everything pertaining to a fully
equipped Modern Drug Store.
No antiquated methods perm'tted in our es
R. B. LORYEA
ISAAC M. LORVEA, Propr.
Sign of Golden
MANNING. S. C.
'PHONE NO. 2.
,Zm JOEHNSTON'S SARSAPARILLA
rONE QUART s ONE DOLLAR.
Wm. C, CHANDLER,
WE ALSO CARRY A NICE LINE OF THE
Tobacco and Segars.
'Come and see us in our up-to-date
W. . H NDLER,
McLeod Block, - - MANNING, S. C.
Tax Sale Delinquent Land,
By authority of S. J. Bowman, Treas
urer, I will sell on Monday, the 7th day
of May next, one tract of land for taxes
for 1899, in St. Mark's township:
Estate J. N. Richbourg, 33 acres, and
Purchaser to pay for papers.
DANIEL J. BRADHAM.
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Manning, S. C., April 11, 1900. [50-At
from Dame Fashion,
y lead and that repre
r Daintiness in detail.
~'ing and Summer sug
you buy from us that you al
t production-the stylish Dress
n wear on any and all occasions.
liable, the swellest kind. And
important is the style, but we
There is no reason in paying
)ill when you can find the DAIN
est shipment of
and Sea 8
Canton Batiste and
newest coloring, at
3oods and Laces.
j AN INVITATION i
% TO THE PUBLIC.
have now completed some special improvements in our
store and invite the public to call and see us. We have had
to add a large lot of new shelving, and have treated the in
side of our building to a fresh coat of paint and muresco. We
have taken special pains to make our large building attractive, and
in order to make it so to the ladies we have put in a large stock of
the most modern
To give you an idea of some of our styles in Spring Dry Goods
we quote the following:
Scotch Lawns, beautiful patterns..........5c vd
Crescent Stripes (Lawn) ..................8c yd
Dimities.......................6ie and upwards
Dress Ginghams .......................7 and 8c
Silk Ginghams.... ....................30 to 75c
................. Corded Taffetas ............
White Lawns and Orgndies ............5 to 7
Dotted Swiss Muslins, lovely patterns, 121 to 25c
Mohair Jacquards ...................... 50 to 75c
Welt Goods, beautiful styles, at various prices.
Silk Lustre for Skirts ........50c to $1 per yd
Sea Island Pereales, 36 inches, at ............10c
Cashmeres ........................... 121 to 75c
We handle the celebrated'Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine.
We carry a specially large stock of Shoes of all kinds, and are
in position to make the closest prices.
We call special attention to our line of BAY STATE SHOES.
IlT~ (R9OEFR IES.
We buy many articles in car load lots and get the same prices
I that many Charleston wholesalers do. There is no use in gomg
away to buy goods in this line, either at wholesale or retail.
Two of our special leaders are FOX RIVER BUTTER and
We are special handlers in this line. We have all grades of
Ammoniate goods, according to the South Carolina and Georgia
standards of analysis, special Tobacco Goods, Nitrate of Soda,
Agricultural Lime, Sulphate and Muriate of Potash, etc.
In fact we are in position to supply the public with almost
anything, and invite its patronage.
The Cheap Store.
100 Pair Men's Work Pants at.........3--9c.
100 Pair, better grade, at.......... ..
500 Pair the best Pants on earth (worth $1.25>at..
1500 Pair Men's Worsted Pants2 ............ ....$1-48
Men's Fine Dress Pants, from $1.98 to..... -.. ....48
Men's Fine Summer Clothing.
You can get a nice Summer Suit from us, worth 8 at......$5
3000 Yards Newbank Bleach, much better than Fruit of &
Matting and Rugs cheap.
Ladies. come and see our line. All that see our Millinery Parlor
say it is up to the large cities. Show y our appreciation of it by call
ing and getting your Spring Hat.
Bicycles to Sell on Part Payments.
Ju st received, a big lot of TRUNKS.
MEN'S STRAW HATS, all kinds; also big line of BOYS' EATS.
We have a line of Shoes that outmatch all others.
If you want to buy your Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing, Millinery
and save money, come to our store.
WElsl CAR LOAD OF MATCHES.
Wewl elyou Matches at just half the price you pay in town.
j ee our line of
Thielargest shi mient of Corsets ever made to Manning 12
jusrceve, from 25cto..,.................... . 25
Call and see us before buying. We will save you money.
Yours for business,.
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