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THE PARTY CONSTITUTION VIOLATED.
The Prohibition party met
organized, nominated a governor
and a lieutenant governor, issued
an address and adopted a plat
form. The nominee. Col. James
A. Hoyt, is an old time politician.
He was chairman of the Demo
eratic party when Tillman made
his memorable and successful
campaign in 190, which resulted
in the standing aside of Colonel
Hoyt and the old regime,and ever
since he has figured but slightly
in the political arena. Colonel
Hoyt we believe to be a good
man who is now riding a hobby
that will keep him out of the
political arena as etfectually as
Tillman drove him and his allies
out of political control in 19u.
If Colonel Hoyt afiixes his sig
nature to the pledge required
under the c-onstitution of the
Democratic party, it will be a
surprise to us, for- that pledge
was framed for the express pur
pose of preventing what was
done by the Prohibition party
on night of the 23rd inst. There
is no objection to a man be
coming a candidate upon any
platform he desires, not incon
sistant with the platiorm adopt
ed by the party convention, but
there is objection to men organ
izing a separate and distinct par
ty, and being permitted to use
the paraphernalia of the Demo
eratic party to further the inte
ests of a Prohibition or other
party. We designate the P-o
hibitionists a party: because they
have all of the essential features
of a political party: they have a
State Chairman, an executive
committee. county organizations,
they meet, nominate. make plat
forms and do all such things as
go to the making up of a phti
The constitution of the Demo
eryatic party recognizes but one
organization and forbids any man
from participating in the primary
who is the creature of any other
than the Democratic organization:
when men assemble and do as
the Prohibitionists have done.
they have simply put themselves
outside of the party, and they
should be made to haul down
their- candidates and take equal
(-hances with other candidates or
stay out. The State Executive
Committee which meets tonight
should give an expression on
this matter so strong and clear
that it will p~ut a stop to this
biennial nonsense. We are not
alone in this view, the chair-man
of the Prohibition Executive
Committee Mr. A. C. .Jones, when
he told his conferes "that the
Democratic constitution forbade
such action," and " he was sati
tied that they could not nominate
or "suggest," he was correct.
Mr. Jones, although an ardent
Prohibitionist, and one whom
our readers will remember we
did not hesitate to criticize two
years ago, is evidently wanting
his friends to act within the
Democratic par-ty: for if they
sa outside they are surely lost,
and when he read the proviso of
section 6 of the Democratic Con
stitution to his hearers, lie was
right in the opinion that it would
be "un-Democratic for them to
If the Prohibitionists wish to
tight in the party ranks they
must take down Brother Hoyt,
and open the doors "for whoso
ever will " may appeal for- Prohi
bition votes, and unless they do
this, the State Conunittee should
rule them out.
A FAKE PLATFORM.
The platform of the Prohibi -
tion par-ty is not a suprise to us,
for the reason that we have felt
all along that the majority who
a re mianipulating the machinery
of that organization arec playing
a game of p)olities5 and hood
winking a few go icr e
who are daily praying for the
cuirse of liquor to be driven from
the land. The fourth section in
that platform shows clearly the
tine Italian political hand, but it
will not deceive those who have
rubbed up against such prloblems5
tiI 1*fte platforin says -tha
authority be given by the gener
al assembly for the State to sell
alcoholic liquors for only medi
einal. mechanical and sacramen
tal purposes." Is there a sin
cere man praying for prohibi
tion who wants such prohibition
as this platform deinandsf We
do not believe it, because those
who really want prollibitiol.
know full well that a platformi
teolil)rizing, witih liqlor meanls!
nlotlimug miiore 1nor less than a po
litical st-hein L to catch voters
-a (-omin and a gwien." The
idea of intelligent men under
the -uise of laboring for a reli
gious principle adopting a plat
form demanding of the legisla
ture to permit the dispensaries
to continue running as they are
now, but simply require dispen
sers, only to sell liquor for "me
dicinal, mechanical and sacre
mental purposes," and call that
prohibition: and to aid in carry
out such a sham make an appeal
to ministers of the gospel, and to
the women: the proposition is
too absurd and very few Prohi
bitionists will he fooled by it. Two
years ago the platform wanted
the dispensaries to sell for
"scientific" purposes also, but
this time they dropped it. Why?
Did the maker of the platform
think it would be difficult for a
fellow wanting whiskey to pro
cure a certificate from a scien
tistY Or did he think a mechan
ies certificate would answer the
purpose? Imagine when in need
of a little spirits for mechanical
purposes your having to hunt
up Sam Strother. Charles
Stewart, or some other boss
mechanic to give you a cer
titicat'e. If for medicine, pay a
doctor for a certificate, and if in
need of wine for sacramental
purposes, "toting" a ticket from
the preacher. If the thing is
not to be worked this way, then
imagine the number of lies that
will be told to secure the stuff
besides paying your money for it.
The prohibition platform
adopted, and upon which you
iare asked to stand and support,is
a flimsy delusion and a political
monte-bank: every man who is
not in the movement for the sake
of politics, will agree with us af
ter he has studied that platform
carefully and reasoned out the
effect. It is not a question of li
quror no liquor, as sincere
Prohibitionists want, but the
apolitical Prohibs" secured the
machinery, and they are running
it to catch the indifferent Dis
pensaryites and the credulous
Prohibitionists for their votes,
but in their zeal they have
caught themselves by their boot
straps, and hoisted thenmselves
and followers out of the Demo
McSWEENEY MERITS ENDORSEMENT.
The voters throughout the
State will wonder why there is
oppoition to the giving of Gov
ernor McSweeney an endorse
ment of his administration.
There is an unwritten law
throughout the union and es
pecially in South Carollna that
when a governor has served a
term acceptably to the people, to
endorse his administration by re
election. Governor McSweeney
has made a good governor, his
administration has been straight
forward and business-like, there
have been no complaints made
againt him, then why give him
opposition Y Can it be that these
good and patriotic gentlemen
who have announced their inten
tion to oppose him, believe the
p~eople care nothing for an able
and an honest administrationY
Is it possible that they think the
high office of governor should
be filled by a scheming politician,
instead of a business manY If
this is their idea they will wake
up the miorning after the primary
to find they have been laboring
under a hallucination, and that
the people are disposed to be
just, and give to a man that
which he merits. Had the ad
ministration of Governor Mc
Sweeney been a failure, there
would be good ground to give
him op)position, and the p~eople
could be. depended on to take
him down, and try some other
man, but in Governor McSween
evs case, it is conceded on all
sides, that he has miade as good
a governor as the State has had
for years, and that being so, we
do not believe the personal pop
ularity of any individual, can
carryy the people off of their feet
and cause them to p~ut the stamp
of disapproval upon a man who
has done his duty fearlessly and
without favor. What the people
want is a good. safe and business
administrationi, and this they
have had under Miles B. Me
Sweeney, the present governor.
~oe hiusbands are men of v-ery few
wod probably because their wiv-es
The suunmer term of court for (lar
endon county convenes in Manning
Monday, June 4th. with his Honor
Judge (i. W. Gage presiding.
The following jury has been drawn
for the tern':
A. W. Billups. St. Paul: W. P.
Emanuel, Alcolu: N. L. Broughton,
Pinewood: C. F. Jenkinson, Man
ning: W. T. 1)uke. Workman. I. N.
Tobias. Foreston: B. P. Fulton, For
eston; E. L. Langston, Seloe; D. M.
Smloot, Foreston; L. T. Fischer, Sum
inerton: G. W. Dingle, Suminerton:
. B. Bagnal, Alcolu; Geo. W. Smith,
Pinewood; J. E. Haley, .Jordan: W.
C. White, Manning: .. H. Burgess,
.Jordan: D. L. reen, Seloe: J. W.
Ardis, Pinewood: 0. C. Searhorouglh.
Summerton: J. C. Baker. New Zion;
W. E. Richbourg, Sumuerton; J. N.
Alsbrook, Foreston: W. C. Williams,
Davis; J, P. Tucker, Jordan; J. M.
Montgomery, DuRant: S. C. Lee,
Manning: J. P. Butler, St. Paul; 11.
S. Elliott, Panola: J. W. S. Johnson,
Foreston: W. E. Felder, Felder: J.
M. Brown, Davis: S. C. Williamns.
Manning; W. F. Rush, Seloc: D. M.
Bagnal. Foreston: H. A. Tisdale.
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local ailient ions. as th-v cannot reach the
diseased portion of the ear. 'rhere is only one
way to cure deafness. and that is i constititu
tional remedies. Deafness is caused by an in
itimed condition of the mucous lining of the
Eustachian Tube. When this tu ts intfiam
ed vou have a ruilding sound or imtperfect hear
in-, and when it is entirely cloied deafnss is
the result. and unless the intlanination can be
taken out and this tube restored to its normal
condition.hearing will be lest royed forever: nine
cases out of ten are caused b,; catarrh. which is
nothing but an intiamed conditio'n of the mu
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh ('ure. Send for
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. 0.
Sold by druggists. 7.-c.
Hal's Family Pills are the lwst.
Cheap Railroad Rates.
The Atlantie Coast Line has author
ized reduced rate tickets from Manning
on account of the following occasions:
Annual Meeting Woman's Foreign
Missionary Society of South Carolina,
at Greenville, S. '.. .lune 27-.luly 1.
Tickets on sale to Columbia .1 une 21; 28:
final limit .uly 3. $3.
(omnienct-nent Exercises (leitison
College. Clemson (ollege. S. C.. June
t-l1. Ticke-tts on Sale to ('olumbia
June 6-11: final limit -June 12. .2.4o.
Commencement Converse College.
Spartanburg. S. C., June 3-4. Tickets
on sale .une 1, 2 and 3. to ('olumbia
I2.40: final linit June 7.
Commencement Exercises Furman
University and Greenville Female Col
lege. Greenville, S. C.. June 8-15.
Tickets on sale to Columbia June T-11:
final limit June 17. $2.40.
Commencement Due Ver.t Female
Colle-e, Due West. S. C., June 19-20.
Tickets on sale to Columbia June 15-18:
final limit June 22. $2.40.
Annual Meeting National Educational
Association, Charleston. S. C.. July 7
13. Tickets on sale J.ulty 3. 6. 7. 9 and
10, with final limit September 1, at rate
of $4.31 round trip. This ticket enti
tles the holder to membership in the
National Educational Association. The
entrance fee is $2. which is included in
price of tickots.
A Night of Terror.
"wful anxiety was felt for the widow of the
brave General Burnham of Machias. Me.. when
the doctors said she could not live till morninv."
writp-s Mrs. S. H. Lincoln. who attended her
that fearful night. -All thought she must soomn
die from pneurmonia. but she begged for Dr.
Kin;:'s New Discovery. saying it had more than
Ince saved her life, anid had cured her of con
umption. After three small doses she slept
easily all i::ht. aind its furt her use cm ltl
cured her." T*1his matrvelotus medicine is gutr
anteed to cure all throat. chest and lunc dis
ases. Only Me and $1. Triail bottles free tat the
1:. Ui. Lorvca dru:: store.
A lo:,t opp~ortunlity seldlomilnItds i:
It Saves the Children.
Chtmberlain's Cough Remedy has saved tire
lives of thousands of crourpy children. It is also
without an equal for colds and whooping cou:ah.
For sale by the R. BI. Loryet Drug Store. Isa:'e
3. Loryeta.' Propr. janlay
The man who clai ms to be -lothbed in
righ teousness usually looks as though
he had on a misfit.
The Great Remedy of the day is unques
tionably Pain-Killer, for the instant
relief of all bur-ns. sealds, bruises. ets.,
and for pains in the stomach and bowels
as well as in sudden attacks of choler-a
morbus. No family shotld~ pretend to
keel) house withotut it always by themn.
Avoid substitutes, there is but one
Pain-Killer. P~er-ry Davis'. Pr-ice 25c.
The Skilful Physician Demands a Skilful Phar
macist, the Patient Requires Both.
Since we enltere-d the drug business
we hav-e faithfully endeavor-ed to meet
these three requiremfe-nts.
Reliability. Otur Dr-ugs are abso
lutely pure. No tadulteration toler-ated.
Skill. Everyv precaution exercised
in the filling of Pr-escriptions: closest
attention to the most minute details;
correctness in preference to haste.
Promptness. No unwa-r-anted de
lay, no tardiness, no proe-r ttination in
Our large and increasing p)atronage
indicates that these methods tare appre
eiated by the public.
R. B. LoRYEA
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Propr-.
Sign of Golden
MANNING, #- C.
O Is raily takinrg the place of ill 4
4 ther known renmedies as ai rheu-r
rr uati rre.laue. tonic.and 4
S blood puriller. Th rea-on i
plin f r .
OThere is no better time to tre-at
Srheumatism tihan during the
sprinrg months. RHEUMfACIDE
costs but .1 pe ho ie ecure- it
anrd curre your
Sold in Mtannirnt by the
R. B.LO)RYEA DRUG ST'ORE.
Under $S,000 Cash Deposit.
Ralroad Fare Paid.
o y o ao oU C d.
"A Good Name is
Better Than Riches."
Hood's Sarsaparilla is a
good name. A legion of those
who owe health to its blood
purifying qualities laud it to
the skies. It brings the riches of health
to those who use it. in the shape of
absolutely pure blood. the permanent
foundation stone of health.
Weakness - "I was all run down,
weak and without appetite. A friend
brought me a botile of Hood's Sarsapa
rilla. I begarz taking it and three bottles
entirely cured me.' Mrs. M. A. Logan,
127 Post Street. Rutland. Vt.
Blood Purifier- "We think Hood's
Sarsapariia has no equal as a blood puri
fier and invigorator of the system."
. Best. Woodbury. N. 1.
Hood's Pils VU- liver ils: the n:ot:-irritating and
olv cathartiet t fti Iiud7 sr.apLilla'.
Idealism is the contemlpiation of mar
riage: realism is what you get after
and use Chamberlains Colic. Cholera and Diar
rhet-a Rt medv for all pains of the stotnach and
all unnat-,ral loos-ness of the bowels. It always
curr-. For sale by the R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Isaac M. f.oryea. Propr. 1janlay
If it ever becomfes a question of
bloomers or nothing- -well. you know
what men are. and their vote votld he
Beware of a Cough.
A cough is not a disease but a srmpton Con
sumption and bronchitis. which are the most
danuerous nd fatal diseases. have for their first
iddication a lwrsisttnt cough. and if properly
treated as -;oon as this cough appears are easily
cured. Chamberlain's Couch Remedy has
proven wonderfully successful. and gained its
wide reputation and extensive sale by its sue
cess curinz the diseases which cause coughing.
If it is not benelicial it will not cost vou a cent.
For sale by II. B. Loryca Drug Store. Iaae M.
The bivele skirt cones high. but the
opera gOAn always gets it in the neek.
ft is better for a man to forgive his
enemy than take a sound thrashing.
That Throbbing Headache
Would quickly leave you if you used Dr
King's New Life P'ills. Thousands of sufferers
have proved their matchless merit for sick and
uervous headaches. They make pure blood and
strong nerves and build tip your health. Easy
to take. Try them. Only L5 cents. Money
back if not cured. Sold by the R. 13. Loryea
druz store. 1- 7
People who claim to have no vices
usually have but few virtues.
It takes more than a handsome Bible
on the parlor table to keep the devil
out of a home.
Does it Pay to Buy Cheap?
A clieap remedy for coughs and colds
is all riglit. but you! want something
that will relieve and (ure the more se
vere and dangerous results of throat
and lun. troubles. What shall you do?
Go to a warmer and more regtlar eli
mate.' Yes, if possible: if not possib~le
for you, then in either ease take the
OnNY remedv that has been ittodtuced
in all civilize'd countries with suecess in
seer throat and luung t roubiles. ''B3os
chee's Geriman Syrup.' It not only
heals and stimulates the tissues to de
-:!roy the germa disease. but allays inla~
wain~ causes easy' expectorat ion. gives
a good nibit's rest. and cures the pa
timn. Trv ONE bottle. Recommnended
mlanty .ea'rs by all tdruggists in the
world.' For saie by the i. B. Lor:yea
Many mean meni are men of means.
Ovrtwenty different drinks served
PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS ASPECIALTY
South Carolina College,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
A. B.. B. S.. A. 31.. LL.B3.. L,. L. Courses.
Surin:: Courses free for Teachers. F'ourtuen
Fros.saor:. 33.uth v.oumws In''lbrary: excel
lent laboratories, class rooms. ::ymnasium. In
iary. athletic grounds. Tuition #40O. other
fees $8. a session: tuition remitted to needy
students. Expenses $135 to $175 a session. Cer
tied Pupils from forty-tive Accredited Schools
enter its Freshman Class without examination.
Entrance and Normal Scholarship Examina
tions held at every county-seat. Friday. July 20.
1900. by County Superintendents.
Next session opens September S. 1900. For
catal' 'ue, address.
F. C. WVOODWARD, Pres.
GIVE US A TRIAL.
Two Second-Hand Gins. Feeders and
Condensers. complete. will be sold
helap. They are in good condition.
A. L. LFSESNE,
ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY F E
Notice in "Inventive Age "
Book "How to obtain Patents"
Chagea moderate. No fee till patent is secured.4
Letters strictly confidential. Addes.
E. G. SIGERS, Patent Layer, Washingtont D.C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
\MANNING. S. t'.
On)tce lately octupie-d by the late B.
The Best Liver Medicine.
Largest Package on the Market.
One Package Price 25c. Five for $1.00.
David Howells, Scranton. Pa., says: "Por some time I was annoyed with im
pies on the body, and a feeling of sickness and general weakness. Iwa unable'to
work. A frienl recomraemded Ranuon's Tonic Regulator-Two packages cred
mec ertireiy."1 JiROWN MqF'G. CO.. P-roprietors, Greeneville. Tenn.
For sale by THE R. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE.
HEALTHY MOTHERS Make
I OW can a woman be cheerful and
,I happy when she is weak, nervous,
t and suffering the excruciating tor
tures of Female Diseases? It should
not be expected of her. When she is
suffering from Deranged Menstruation,
Whites, Falling of the Womb, etc., show
your sympathy for her in a practical
way by providing her with
TR(G. F. P.)A..
This splendid tonic will soon relieve
her suffering and CURE the disease, thus
producing the desired result throu h
natural channels. Only $1.00 per bottle.
If there is any costiveness, move the bowels gently with mild
doses of St. Joseph's Liver Regulator. Price 25c per package.
MY WIFE WAS ALMOST A COMPLETE WRECK
With female troubles. She has taken six bottles of GERSTLE's FEMALE
PANAC A and it has cured *her. She is now on the last bottle and is feeling as
well as she ever did and weighs more than ever before in her life.
SOLD AT DRUG STORES. D. R. LEGGETT. Broxton. Ga.
L. GERSTLE & CO., Proprietors, Chattanooga, Tenn.
Sol(1 at ~ho B. B. Loya Dra Rton, Ism~ If. Loa Prop,
Your Head Aches To=day.
It is a small matter; but it ached two days
ago, and again a week ago. You are acquiring
a habit of headache. That must be stopped. The
trouble is with your liver. You want a mild lax
ative, and then a tonic to stimulate the appetite
and make the blood rich and pure.
Ask your mrem
druggistrfor PIygpSLL 7NDI3NIC PELLETs.
For sale by THE R. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE.
CATARRH CAN BE CURED BY
"DANGER IN THE EARTH AND AIR; DANGER EVERYWHERE."'
A Wise and Venerable Doctor Talks about Advanced Science.
In a leading hotel, in a great city, a famous and aged physician was convers.
ing. Listening to his wise and sententious discourse, were a group of well
dressed men, evidently lawyers, business men and commercial travelers.
My firm belief, is " that medical science is certain yet to show that all dis
eases without exception are caused by invisible germs which are living organ
isms. Here is the germ of that terrible disease diphtheria. Here is the bacillus
of typhoid fever; and-here is the still more dreadful bacillus of tubercle which
causes that most destructive of all diseases, consumption. This of that very
common and supposed incurable disease, catarrh."
"I wish, Doctor," said the traveling man, "that you would tell us about
catarrh. I have had it for years, and I am thoroughly discouraged."
The Doctor answered. "Catarrh, like diphtheria, consumption, typhoid
fever, and a host of other diseases, is the result of a microbe invading the blood
and attacking specially the mucous membrane. This foul and most disgusting
disease is especially prevalent in the United States and it is rare to meet one
who is not, cr has not been troubled more or less with it. How often is he or
she obliged to remain at home from pleasant entertainments, deprive themselves
of many intellectual treats, from fear of the disagreeable odor arising from ca
tarrhal affections. In its worst phase, the patient becomes loathsome both to
himself and his friends.
" I believe," continued this great physician, "that the true way to heal, ca
tarrh is to medicate the blood. This can be done only by powerful alteratives
which act as blood purifiers."
Betsy A. Marett, of Manistee, Manistee Co., Mich., writes:
Dear Sirs :-For ten years I was a sufferer from general debility and chronic
catarrh. My face was pale as death. I was weak and short of breath. I could
hardly walk, I was so dizzy and had a ringing in my head all the time. My
hands and feet were always cold. My appetite was very poor. On getting up
in the morning, my head swam so I was often obliged to lie down again. I had
awful pains ini the small of nmy back. 1 had a continual feeling of tiredness.
My muscular power was almost entirely gone, and I couldn't go half a dozen
steps without stopping to rest, and often that much exercise caused me to have
a pain in my side. It seemed as though the blood had left my veins. The doe
tors said my blood had all turned to water. I had given up all hope of ever get
ting well I tried the best physicians in the state, but failed to get any relief.
My husband got me a bottle of Johnston's Sarsaparilla. I took it, and then I
bought another. When these had been used, I was somewhat improved in
health. I continued its use, and felt I was growing stronger; my sleep was re-:
freshing, and it seemed as if I could feel new blood moving through my veins. I
kept on taking it, and now consider myself a well and rugged woman. I work
all the time, and am happy. I am positive that the Sarsaparilla saved my life,
The sick headaches I have had since childhood, have disappeared, and my ca.
tarrh has almost entirely left me. I cannot be too thankful for whiat Johnston's
Sarsaparilla has done for me. I recommend all women who have :nck head
aches to use your Sarsaparilla.
Dr. W. M. Brockinton, Manning S. C.
I hav onCt)lI inmd ov er twvo lhndrd pairs' ot
Ladies' Sandals and Oxford Ties
TIhat I aml g'oing~ to sel
Regardless of Cost.
This ortfer is for TWO WEEKS ONLY.
So if you want a pair of nice Slippers
cheaper~ than you can buy anywhere else,
dion't wait. Come and supply yo(usef
before they arye all gone.
I-ailu not talking just to attract attention
as nlumy1 adlvertisers dlo. but I mrean just
wimt? I sur.
T -ousLT -vi.
THE TIMES JO-NOR Neatly and at
Office Does Lowest Prices.
SURVEYOR'S CARD. THE POSITION omfesident 3aa
l'atie et~i~i~ ~iiY~ ~d IMUTUL LIUE I ~l er for the STATE
niude vil reciv ml nl~ e riefur MUlTULLF ASSURANCE COMPAN)' of
eeurae aterain. Masschus~etts for .\anniug and vieim
I am ttupplie wihipoeVntu ity i- pen to a mandf of ch~daater anrd
I e nts. \ddwt llletl n. 0-tihlt.. Aod onitra~ttct. with reineVal
-at. d i' . imteresti. w il be gi ven to a good men i.
.Sumnerton. . (General .\ !en i'
SL. IKR ASNOFF. "l fo no 4
GEi*NEALxT CONTRA\CTOR. For Sale or Rent.
W\ill furnish estimates and make conl- The Lot and~ Dwelini of! I:ev .huer
rt~s for all kinds of building and is .Iel owellI ine .\ain ing.
rear'ed to contract for tirst class pain?- A lso. iwo de~jirable iuild in. - Lot ad
ang. Address. joiingl foer ,.e. For te-rms aplly to
S. L. IHASN0FF. .N>)Si*PHf l. RHJA.\E.
CANDIDATES' CARDS. For Superintendent of Education.
"I hereby announce miyselIf a candi
House of Representatives. ate for the orliee f Inty Superin
: tendent of Edication subject to the
f announce myself a candidates for rules of th lDemor-tiec party.
I re-election to the lower House of ITp. JIEFF M. DAvis..
resentatives. feeling assured the peoIe
will recognize the fact that 1 served For Superintendent of Education.
with a delegation. whose record show.. In announcing my candidacy for re
an earnest effort to reduce taxes. If election to the office County Superin
endorsed for re-election I pledge my- tendent of Education. I do so subject to
self to give my closest study to the Iwo- the rules of the Democratic party.
ple's interests. L. L. WELLS.
GEORGE iR. JONES..
For Solicitor- Please announce my candidacy for
I am a candidate for re-election to the ofFice of County Supervisor. i have
the otlice of Solicitor, and again solic, experienc(e in th'e work required for
the support of the voters of the Third this position. and will give the people
'ircuit. subject to the rules of the y in best efforts if elected.
D i pimaries. CHARLES F. JENKINSON
.JOHN S. WILSON- C),
Maay 5. 19o0. For Supervisor.
hrlvannounce my candidacy for
For Sheriff. re-election to the office of County Su
MR. EDITOR: Please announce as a pf i ,-or in accrdance with the rules
candidate for the office of Sheriff of of the Denoc-atic party. My official
Clarendon County one who has been record is known and I 'licit the sup
tried in war and proven true in peace. port of 11 Democrats.
the peerless soldier. the sterling friend T. C. OwENS.
and citizen. Col. Harry L. Benbow. and
graifyI For Supervisor.
HE VOTERS OF CLAR ENDON. Through the solicitation of my many
--ifriends I announce myself a candidate
For Sheriff. I for the office of County '3upervisor for
I hereby announce myself a candidate Clarendon County to he governed by
for the ollice of Sheriff of Clarendon the rules of the primary election.
County. subject to the action of theI W H. COLE.
Democratic primary, and pledge my
self to support the nominees of the
Democratic party. i Upon the solicitation of friends from
E. B. GAMBLE. various portions of the county I have
Sconsented to again become a candidate
For Sheriff. for the office of County Supervisor,
Mr. Editor: Please announce me as a the r
;andidate for Sheriff, subject to the primary. ~ .JHSN
rules of the Democratic party. My. oi
J. H. T.SSCNE..
For Sheriff. . Subject to the rules of the Democratic
I anm a candidate for tfe office of oparty I am a candidate for re-election
Sheriff under the rules of the Demo- to the oflice of Clerk of Court.
cratic party. J. H. TIfmmos.
E. D.DLEY HoDGE.
I _ i For Coroner.
For Sheriff. I herebys annotne myself a candidate
Subject to the decision of the Demo- for Coroner, subject to the rules of the
cratic primarcy. I am a candidate for Democratic primary.
fothe othe of Sheriff. CN. T. TOBIAS.
.J. ELBERT DAVIS. For Coroner.
For County Auditor. I hereby announce myself a- candi
Promisin to abide by the decision of date for the office of Coroner, pledging
the Democratic primary. 1 announce myselIf to abide by the rules of the Dem
mself a candidate for election to the ocratic party. -I DJ SON.
offeJ of County AuditoFo. BILL ofCo
EDGAr C. DICKSOt. totherulesoftheDemocratie
For County Auditor.
To the Democratic Voters of olarendon
County: ALWAYS KEEP ON HAND
I hereby announce my candidacy fot
the office of County Auditor. HaT TA
never before offered my services for ae
public officer to the people of my coun
ty. If I am fitted for the eosition. vote There Is no kind of pain
for me: if I am unworthy. vote against or ache, Internal or extor
me. Your decisionat the Democratic nal, that Pain-Killer owU
imseary election shall be thy easure not relieve.
to abide. R ounyspectfull.
.No. C. LANIAN. LOOK OUT FOR IMITATIONS AND SUB
Suinmerton. S. C. STITUTES. THE GENUINE BOTTLE
___________________ _____ SEARS THE NAME,
For Auditor. PERRY DAVIS & SON.
Having confidence in my ability to
perform the intricate and i lportant du
ties of County Auditor. I announce mv
self a candidate for said office, pledging otice of Discharge.
public totiet the peopleo of mye cou-;
y f aie the sion te Iwill apply to the Judge of Probate
r w for Clarendn County on the 7th day
Cony Auditor. of June, 1900, for let
b li aRsp executor of the estate of p. e.
dat fr heoffceofC~ntyAuit- hames. A. J. RICHBot7RG.
datefortheoffie o Conty udi~r1 St. Paul, S. C., 'May-7. 1900.
under the rules- of the Democrtic___________________
party. S. P. TLAAM.. R , JR
canddat fo th poitin o Auito. or ache, interal or exter
uwsmmr. SAG. DR. STTU. THEN GEIE TTL
For Coroner. P YDAVIST&SON
ieebfCoy Atr announce mysefacaddt
mysel Coer a be t hesion of the - I MilANyIoGth Judg (of Prbt
prmary. W. H. 'lDECOT. fo Clanon o ny n2h37.a
IHeyAnnucSmsl.acn CU Thms A.J PRCHBORG
uner tharle anythesDemocratic
CS.W P.EOLLD ALFLRAM, PRo.,
cadiat O f h psthe o Audit owr.t