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LOUIS _APPEL.T. Edi tor.
MANNING, S. C., AUG. 29, 1900.
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Entered at the Postoffice at Manning as See
and Class matter.
Copies of this paper may be found on ilt' at
Washington in the oftiee of our steet.J corre: '
pondent. E. G. Siger.- r
Washington. D. C.
WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN,
ADLAI E. STEVENSON.
The first battle of ballots is
over, and now the candidates are
thinned out to a stand, this gives
the people fewer to select from,
and makes it less difficult to
choose. In the election of last
Tuesday some of us did not real
ize our hopes, but that should
not make us sulk. All of us
could not get our choice, some
body had to get left. There will
be attempts made to disgruntle
the friends of the defeated, but
we hope the people will not let
such a condition be brought
about. If your man was not suc
cessful this time, take it for
granted, that it was because the
successful man had the longest
pole to "trash de simmon wid."
It often happens that a man is
defeated in one primary, if he
takes his defeat like a man, he
will be successful the next time.
Do not let the opposition make
you dissaatisfied. They will try
and make you believe that the
successful man was "slated," but
you own common sense should
teach you that no man can be
. slated in a primary election. The
people vote as they please and if
any man undertook to slate a
ticket, it would necessarily be
confined to himself and a few
personal friends who agree with
him. When a man comes to you
and undertakes to stuff you with
a "slated ticket" story, see if he
is not interested in the opposition
and then put the question to him,
how can a man tell how I would
vote?' The cry of "slated ticket"
is the despairing wail we h.?ar
after every election and it always
- comes from the other side.
The scratching of Tillman's
name from the ticket last Tues
day was a blunder which we re
gret was made. True, it was ad
vised by some good men, but
nevertheless it will have a ten
dency to tear open factional
sores and we sincerely wished to
avoid anything of this kind. If
Tillman provoked the ministers,
they in turn should not provoke
the people, for in doing so they
loose sight of the fact that we
are bidden to "turn the other
cheek." Tillman made some of
the ministers very mad by his
charge of an "unholy alliance
with the ex-barkeeper." We
think they have construed that
assertion most too literally, and
we believe that some of them in
putting their construction on his
words, exhibited much method
in their madness. Why did they
-advise the scratchIng of Till
man's name, and to vote for Col.
Hoyt? They do not claim that
McSweeney or Gary or Patter
son gave them offense. If be
cause Tillman offended them,
why should his offense be visited
on the others,except Hoyt? No,
the ministers who have made
themselves conspicuous in this
election have done their profes-I
sion more harm than did th
charge of Senator Tili ma n
against them. The ministers
have permitted their zeal for
what they believe to be right, to
get the better of their cooler
judgment, and thereby their rea
soning has become warped. We
do not believe there is a minister
of any standing who would cone
sciously go into a political con
spiracy, but we do believe that
many ministers have been en
ronared by the politicians and a
preThibition seine was used to en
The preachers want prohibi
tion because they hope it will
advance the growth of temper
ance: they want this thing so
earnestly that they do not stop
to consider the practical side of
the question. There are many
others who want temperance who
differ with the preachers as to
the method of obtaining the de
sired result, they are also sin
who have always favored liquor,
have always stood in the way of 7
temperance reform, this class
have tacked themselves onto the
Prohibition forces and it is plain
to everybody, that their purpose
is not to advance the cause of t
How's This? ?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Rieward fi 1
any ease of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. ,
F. J. CH 'NEY & Co.. Props.. Toledo. . r
We. the undersicned. have known e r. Chl' r
for the last 15 years. and believe him perfectly p
honorable in all businews tranliations tinan
cially able to carry out any obligations made by
their firm. h;
their Tfirm . wholesale dru;rgists. Toledo. 0.
tVA.lflNS. INNAN t MAIN. wholesale .dru:.
COi.t". Troledo. l'.
Hiall'. Catarri. cure is taken internally. actin:
diretly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
the .vtem. Price e-c. per bottle. Sold by all s
drudirists. Testimoials free. f
Hall'. Family Pills are the best.
Managers of Election.
Office Democratic Executive Com
mitte Clarendon County. r
Manning, S. C.. August 30, 1900.
Under authority of the County Demo
cratic Executive Committee I hereby f
give official notice of the appointments
of managers to conduct the primary
election to be held September 11, 1900,
at the respective Democratic clubs in 1
Clarendon county. Polls to be open at
8 o'clock a. m. and close at 4 o'clock p. i
m. Each voter will vote two ballots in
separate boxes: one ticket will contain s
the names of State officers and one will
contain the names of county officers.
A copy of the rules governing the pri
marv will be furnished the managers.
The following are the managers:
Douglas-J. E. Beard. A. J. Hicks. Alonzo
White-W. C. White. P. E. Ridgeway. Sr.. W. t
Black River-W. I. Hudnal. J. J. Brunson. A. I
Foreston Reform-B. 0. Cantey. J. Columbus
Johnson. C. T. Ridgeway.
Packsville-W. H. Bradham. Jas. A. Brown.
J. H. Brown.
Doctor Swamp-I. N. Tobias. G. G. Thames. I
W. C. Cannon.
Harmony-James Reaves. W. P. Montg om
ery. A. H. D. Chandler.
Farmers' Platform--W. W. Johnson. Eugene
Dickson. W. J. Rawlinson. Sr.
Jordan-C. R. Sprott. R. C. Plowden. John W. t<
Clarendon-J. W. Herriott. S. E. Ingram. J s
M. Galloway. b
Cross Roads-Selwyn Dingle. G. I. Lesesne. J. t
H. Billups. C
Midway-D. B. Young. S. E. McFaddin. H. M. b
Fulton-H. B. Richardson. Jr.. A. M. Brails- li
ford. L. A. Graham. 1,
Foreston-C. S. Land. E. M. Fulton. T. L. k
West Clarendon-A. W. Griftin. P. H. Brough- U
ton. B. W. DeSchamps.
Alcolu-J. J. Nettles. E. E. Hodge. J. R.
Panola-J. H. T. Coulliette. S. P. Fairey. C.
Summertn-L. T. Fischer. J. R. Dingle. S. 7
Fork-W. M. Davis. Paul S. Harvin. R. L.
Loga i. Jr.
Manning-E. C. Horton. S. J. Clark. J. H.
Silver-D. F. Mahoney. J. W. Rhame. H. S. t
New Zion-T. M. Beard. Howard Green. W. E. s
Davis Station-Jos. E. Davis. J. N. McLeod.
J. H. Horton.
New Town-W. L. Barrineau. J. A. Barrineau. I
C. M. Cook. 1,
J. ELBERT DAVIS,
County Chairman. h
His Life Was Saved.
Mr. J. E. Lily. a prominent citizen of Han
nibal. Mo.. lately had a wonderful deliverance s
from a frightful death. In telling of it he says: t
"I was taken with typhoid fever that ran into
pneumonia. Mp lungs became hardened. I was .t
so weak I couldnt even sit up in bed. Nothing e
helped me. I expected soon to die of Consum
ption, when I heard of Dr. King's New Discov
ry. One bottle gave great relief. I continued 5
to use It. and now am well and strong. I can t
say too much in its praise." This marvelloust
medicine is the surest and quickest cure in the s
world for all throat and lung trouble. Regular
sizes 50 cents and $1.00. Trial bottles free at The L
R. B. Loryea Drug Store: every bottle guaran- t
When a man begins to be his owne
worst enemy. his fool friends always
"-My baby was terribly sick wth the diar- B
rhoea" says J. H. Doak of Williams. Oregon. g
"We were unable to cure him with the doctor's
assistance. and as a last resort we tried Cham- D
berlains Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. ~
I am happy to say it gave immediate relief and
a complete cure." For sale by the R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store. Isaac M1. Loryea. Prop. t
Advice, like castcr oil, is easy enou gh r
to give, but dreadful uneasy to take. s
Millions will be spent in politics this 'i
ear. We can't keep the campaign t
going without money any more than we I
can keep the body vigorous without t
food. Dyspeptics used to starve them
selves. Now Kodol Dyspepsia (Cure di
gests what you eat and allows you to
eat the good food you want. It radi
cally cures stomach troubles. The R. C
B. Lor-yea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea,.
When you credit a man with his good c
intentions, don't expect to cash them.
For Infaits and Children.
The kind You Have Alwajs Bought
Signature of . :
He Wasn Admitted.
Fortunately when red tape comes in 1
contact with common sense It is red u
tape which goes to the wall. A good 5
story is told of a military official who #
devised a system which compelled ev- 1
ery one who went on business to Gen- ~
eral Banks to procure a ticket from a
member of the staff, the presentationr
of which at the door gained his admis- ~
slon. One day a burly colonel came toi
the door of the private office at head- t
quarters and requested that his name I
be given to the general.
"Have you a ticket?" be was asked.
"A ticket!" echoed the colonel, with
scorn. "No. sir. I haven't." r
"You can't enter here without one," I
was the reply.
"Sir," said the colonel, "when Gen
eral anks becomes a puppet show, a
and I have 25 cents to spare, I'll buy ar
ticket to see him, not before." He was ~
The Sleepless Seven.
"There were seven of the 12," said
one of the discharged jurors In speak
ing of the matter next morning, "who
didn't want to sleep themselves and
wouldn't let the rest of us sleep. When
ever we dropped Into a doze, they came
around and shook us till we were wide
"And you had to submit, I suppose.
for they constituted the majority?"
"Yes, they, were the rousing majori
ty," said the hollow eyed juror, with
a pensive attempt to be facetlous.-Chi
Corroborative Evidenee. 1
Miss Summit-What a lot of old chi!- I
na Miss Spindle has! And she says it
was handed down in her family.j
Miss Palisade-Then it is just as I
Miss Summit-What Is?:
Miss Palisade-That her ancestorsj
never kent serv'ants.-Harner's Bazar.
inform their many kind patrons that we]
observe the following hours: Duiing
the week our drug store is open from;G
a. m. to 9 p. mn.: Saturday nights to
11:30. Sunday hours, 9 a. in. to 12:30 p.
mn.: 3:30) to 6:50 p. mn. Night calls r
sponded to promptly and cheerfully by
our Pharmacist. Mr. J. E. Arant, Ph.
'he Melancholy Dane Ix the Longest
of Them All.
The longest part in any Shiakespeare
n play is Hamlet. who is before the
udience almost constantly. hamlet is
constant talker, and it is surprising
hat in the circumstances he says so
tany wise things. He has to his share
,569 lines. Rtichard Ill is another long
art. as the character speaks 1,161
nes, and next comes Iago, with 1,117
nes. Henry V has 1,063 lines.
One would suppose from seeing the
presentation or from looking over the
lay that Othello had more lines than
ago, but it is not the case, for the val
mnt Moor has only SSS lines. Coriola
us has SSG, the Duke in "Measure For
easure" 880 and Timon 8S3. Antony
I "Antony and Cleopatra" does not
eem a very long part judging by the
ppearance of the prompt book, but in
aality he has S30 lines.
Brutus in "Julius Ctosar" has 727,
'alstaff in *"Hlenry V" 719. Macbeth
ppears a long part judging from how
such he is on the stage in the repre
entation, but in fact he has only 705
nes. Romeo has 018, which Is only a
ew more than the King in "Hamlet,"
rbo has 551. Cassius in "Julius Cm
ar," although a first class part, has
ut 507 lines.
The female parts in Shakespeare's
lays are not very long. The actress
rho plays Portia has 5S9 lines to
tudy. Rosalind has 749. Cleopatra
as 70 and Juliet 541. Desdemona
as only 3SJ. Beatrice has 309. Only
0 of Shakespeare's women have more
han 300 lines each, and some of the
:ost famous of the great bard's femi
ine creations have comparatively lit
le to say. Cordelia in "King Lear"
as only 115 lines, Kate in "Taming of
he Shrew," although so conspicuous
.nd voluble, has but 229, while Lady
facbeth has but 211.-Baltimore Amer
No Right to Ugliness.
The woman who is lovely in face. form and
'mler will always have frio-nds. but one who
ould be attractive must l:eep her health. If
te is weak. sickly and all run down. she will
nervous and irritable. If she has constipa
on or kidney trouble. her impure blood will
ruse pimples. blothes. skin eruptions and a
retched complexion. ilectric Bitters is the
st medicine in the world to regulate stomach.
ver and kidneys and to purify the blood. It
ves strong nerves. bright eyes. smooth. velvety
in. rich complexion. It will make a good
king. charming woman of a run-down invalid.
nly 50 cents at The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. e
be Force They Exert and How They
Are Broken Up.
"A log jam is one of the most for
dable problems we have to encoun
:r In our line of business," said a Mis
issippi lumberman. "How they begin
difficult to explain: A few dozen
>gs will become wedged for an instant
ia narrow part-of a stream and in
ass time than it takes me to tell it
undreds of others will come swooping
own and pack themselves in an intri
ate, close knit span, reaching from
ank to bank, and almost as solid as
rock. The force they exert is some
bing marvelous. During one jam in
iy section I saw a lot of logs plunge
der the edge of the blockade, and a
ew seconds later they pushed their
ray up through the very middle of
be pack, tossing timbers as big
round as a mnan's waist into the air
ke so many toothpicks. The noise
bey made as they drove through the
lass was simply deafening. It sound
l as if the solid earth was being torn
p by its foundations. When the logs
assed under the jam, they were evi
ently caught in such a way as to
till further obstruct the imprisoned
tream and were hurled upwvard with
1 the irresistible energy of millions of
llons of rushing water.
"The breaking of a jam is a very
eklish operation and seems to he
irgely a matter of instinct with old
ivermen. 'The lines and angles of
train In such a blockade are so comn
liated that the best engineer in the
orld is apt to go wrong in indicating
be proper point of attack. A veteran
Imberman, on the contrary, will often
Ike a long look at the mass and then
>ont out the 'key log.' The key log
the timber on which the strain cen
rs, and when It is blown out or pried
ut, the pack, in almost every Instance,
il break up of Itself. I had an old
low In my employ a few years ago
rho could locate a key log nine times
ut of ten. Hie couldn't read or write,
new nothiug about engineering and
ras unable to explain howv he arrived
t his concluslons. Hie said it 'came
:nder nach'r-a.'" - New Orleans
Y'es, August Flower still has the lar
est sale of any mnedicine in the civil
:ed world. Your mothers and grand
iothers sever thought of using any
ting else for Indigestion or Bilious
ess. Doctors were scarce and they
Aldomt heard of Appendicitis. Nervous
'rostrat ion or Hear-t failure. etc. TIhey
sed August Flower to clean out the
ystem and stop) fermentation of undi
'ested food, regulate the action of the
ver. stimnulate the nervous and organic
etion of the system. anid that is al] they
:ok when feeling dull and bad with
eadaches and other' aches. You only
eed a few doses of Green's August
'lower. in liquid for'm, to make yo sat
;fied there is nothing serious the mat
e-r with you. For sale by the R. B.
ryea Drug Store. Isaae 31. Lor'yea.
When a mnan is ashamned to look in a
irror it iz a safe bet that his wvife buys
ud use Chamberlui's Colic. Cholera and Diar
tma Remedy for all pains of the stomach and
I unnatural looseness of the bowels. It always
ares. For sale by the R. BI. Lorvea Drug Store.
Caac M. Loryea. Propr. [janlay
A Long Lightning Conductor,
Bavaria boasts that it has the longest
ightning conductor in the world. It
ises some yards above the top of the
neteorological station on the Zug
*pitze, the highest point Ir the German
mpire. and runs down the side of
he mountain to the bottom of the Hol
enthal where there is running water
.11 the year round. The length of the
od Is five and a half kilometers, nearly
hree miles and a half.
The greatest of all human benefits,
hat, at least, without wich no other
>enefit can be truly enjoyed, Is inde
Staking Scott's Emulsion be
cause it's warm weather.
Keep taking it until you are
It will heal your lungs and
hgive you rich blood in sum- f
mer as in winter. It's cod
lvr oil made easy.
"Seeing is beieving.
When you see people ctred by a
remedy, you must believe in us vower.
Look around yo.. c'-icnds, relati-ves,
neighbors all say i.i: tm's Sarsaparv:!!,
America's G 'a: .. _ , ce.c. 1.c
blood of the. 4- .. .. . l
masse to sin- . - .. : .
tite it in the w... . ; . : _-..
* * r
Hiram had returned home from col
lege, where he had won high honors as
a student of the ancient languages, but
he "fell down" one day when his sister,
a demure young girl in her teens, ask
ed him to translate a sign she had seen
in front of an optician's office which~
CON SULTU SABO CTYO UREY ES.
Hiram struggled manfully with it for
several minutes and gave it up.
"It isn't good L.atin," he said. "There
are sonic words in it that are Latin,
but the others are either wrong in ter
mination or are barbarisms from other
languages. and, taken as a whole, it
doesn't make sense."
"That is what I said," rejoined his
sister, "but Keturah, out In the kitch
en, translates it without any trouble.
She says it means, 'Consult us about
your eyes. "
Whereupon Hi Iram collapsed.-Youth's
Are grand. but skin eruption, rub lire of Joy.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. cures them: also old
runningr and fever sores. ulcers. hoils. felor.s.
corns. warts. cuts. bruises. burr.s. .ealls. chap
p'd hand. chiiblaits. 13't pi: cure on earth.
Drives out pain. and aches. Oly : e. a box.
Cure uaranteed. Sold by' The R. it. Loryea
Saved by Presence of 3Iid.
At Shellield, England, recently a cu
rious accident occurred. A passenger
was riding on a double deck electrical
car, and a single deck car passed In the
opposite direction. The rope of the
trolley boom of the latter was flying
in the wind, and it wound itself around
the passenger's neck. Fortunately he
had the presence of mind to seize the
rope with both bands and release him
self o he would probably have been
pulled from the car.
Bismarck's Iron Nerve
Was the result of his splendid health. In
donitable 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. King's New
Life Pills. They develop every power c f brain
and body. Only s5c. at The R. 1. Loryea Drug
Change For Both.
"You need a change," said the doctor.
"I think you should take a trip Eu
"Well, doctor," said the man with a
large and expensive family, "you need
a change, too. I'm thinking."
"Yes. You want to change your
'The M1istress-Bridget, you mu'st stay
until I get another girl.
Bridget-That was my intenshun,
anyway. I want her to know the
koind ov a woman ye are!1-Harper's
Ber the TeKind You Have Always Bough!
Town Tax Ordinance.
AN OltD1NANCEC TO PROVIDE FOR
the Assessment and ('ollection of
Taxes in the Town of Mlanning.
Be it Ordained by the Intendant and
Wardens of the Town of M\auning. and
by Authority of the same:
SECTIrON 1. That a tax of twenty
cents on every one hundredl dollars of
the assessed value of all real ann per
sonal propecrty, situate and heing in
the corpor'ate limits of the 'Town
of M.anning. shall be levied and col
lected for 'the fiscal year' c'ommencing
the second Mlonday in April. 1900), and
ending the second MIonday in April.
1901: also that this tax shall apply to
all life and fire insurance companies.
or' other cor'por'ations doing business in
this town. upon the gross preamiums or
incomnes of said companies or' corplor'a
Sec. 2. That all parties owning or
having under' their charge taxable
pr'operlty shall list same for taxation by
Sept. 20. 1900.
Sec. 3. That the clerk shall after that
date make up the tax register based
upon the rCcor'ds for the pilouls year.
in cases where parties either fail to list
their property for taxation, or tot re
turn it at a fair' valuation.
Sec. 4. That the commutation tax in
lieu of wor'k on str'eets shall be two
Sec. 5 That all taxes her'ein~ required
shall be paid between Oct. 1. and Dee.
See.. Ii. Trhat a penalty of 15 per' c'ent
sa~ll bec aiddetd after' that date fot' la
days after wlhch t'xecutions shall he0
issuedl to enforc'e paymlent of anyd
Rtatitied by.C ount.el A ug. 18. 11910.
WV. C'. CHtANula-:i:.
E. .T. BROWNE.
Clerk and Treas.
"A Drop of Ink
May Make a
But how are you aoing to make tht. million
think if von have not the proper
W riting Paper
to indite your e!Tusions upon':
We have in stock the largest and most com
ple1te ssor'tmtent of
T i-iting~ ThbletIs,
RuHle(I ( H (I lIH'lHZ2(I,
Ever' fered to the. pub~lic in Matnninig.
Our paitronis are specially invited to inspect
our One Pond Extra Quality. 60 Sheets and 5
Eneclopes. Crt.am wovt'. Plated Surface'. Ruled
Box Paper-at thet. unprecedented low price of
:24 Cents ii o x.
Paul's Inks in Safety Bottles,
ONE OUNCE TO ONE QU.\RT'.
Muitmae. Paste. Violet Ink. .lnk and Penel
Erasers. Pens and P en Holders, all styles. Ink
wetlls. Pen Racks. Huhher.'i Bands. Markiin:r Pen
civs. Lead Pencils, a full assortment of Account
Books. Paiss Books. T1ime Bloks and in fuct
evrthiiia app~ertainingla to tht. needs of the of
ie. the study and tht. school roure.
- Noes pape'r editions. P'oets and Fie
' it cn eoth editions. iloks for Boys"
and G i rl. till pices. 'heaipe.'t v:Jue" evt'ro
ISAAC M. LDRYE.A, Proprietor,
- MANIc N C , S . 2.
I hereby announce mselVtifa caaundaie
for .R3epr.csntative in ('fonres fron
the Sixth ( oig ressiolal District of
South (':trolina. ubject to the at ion Of
the 1)eioratie P rimar.
I ;cj. S '.\ Il1(I'tIiH.
Hlaving omnlied .ith the 1reuie
uelts o f the Democrat ic party . as l e
gil-ds the ilingr of pjleIge. in'.l-by
aLnnounce m'y ('antdidaev for r'e-eleetiol
to ('onress as th- rep t '4i-se tative of the
6lth. togesona! D)isztrt.
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. I 11) i133\"1IJ'' : .'!:il!:i I .'I 1~
lo e1' 1 1alou of fit presentatiu-: ..:b
j!ct to blie acio hof1 the *rimary, and
w.:e1it ti h \:i t 1 in t 1 . a:. iiie
has::n-v n b ms l f::soun!'i :::1-! Prl% i l
w( ;h i m a k e u s: ;1!' .:m(d re l ia b
l 11pr It o:ntatIi. b- lc d'haia:l :1 of the
i'-r 1 f1' i 1 t r use 33f t')1i '5 l 1'im- r'ove
(:r"a:i i e-hmi. and( it ..i.::r::ely throug~t~ h
him1, ti11 ' lton is . h u '11.-1' for t les
I i : inl3 : lI l:neret' t mi:. 1 15 st3 !1. et
s:ih-"it the. vt . of th.- l( laemocrata cf
'('u-3nden :J hlim.
I. I I!. \hlo)l5.
I tna a Aditi:He for r-chtien to
the lrowe'Iir Hus1:e o11 btlipre.cs nta' bt ies
tnerI the r'te of th' ll moul' 1rtt li par
t .. -n -1 invdit ; a cSe inection11 of tho
record as . 1(' -islator.
T. .'. WVooos.
For County Auditor.
Promi to bide'fl' by the d ctjiti.n of
the 1mocr atic primary. I anunluceT
mself a camlidate for eloection. io the
oftiee of County Auditor. h
F:(:AR: C. DREKSON .
Ha1\inr coniidence in myI; ability to
performn the" intricate ati imlportant dul
ties -Of ('outl .v t ir. I announce my
self a' andidate' for said ornlee. pied;.dn*r
myself to abide( the d~ecision of the pri
mary. W. H. TRFSCOTT.
I he.'rehr announce myself a candidate
for the o'fi3e of Sheriff of Clarendon
County. subject to the action of the
Democratic primary. and pledge my
self to sup)ort the nominees of the
E. B. GAMBLE.
Subject to the decisxin of the Demo
eratic primary. I 13on a candidate for
the ofice of -Sherif.
J. E EIRT DAVIS.
Please announce my candidacy for
the otnie of Count Supervisor. 1 have
experience' in the work rcq-(uired for
this positi. and will give the people
my b)est elforts if elected.
I herb announce my e:mdoidae:: for
re-elect ion to the otice of ('.auty Su
1)er1ior in accordance with the. rules
of the D'emocraItie party. .1y (tticial
record is known and I solicit the sup
port of all Democrats.
T. C. OWENS.
For Superintendent of Education.
I hereby; announce nays.'d f a candi
date for the itiee of ('oluty Superin
tendent ofr .duca'ttion' subject to the
rules of the Democratie party.
.JEFF M. DAVIS.
In announcing' my candIidalcy for re
elction to the o0ice C'ounty Super'in
tendent of Education. 1 3do 5o stubject to
the rules of thec De.mocratie party.
L. L. WELLS.
I here'by announce myself a candidate
for (oroner. subj~ect to the rules (If the
WV. TI. ToIAS.
For Magistrate at Manning.
I am :t can'ydidate for the ofiee of
31agstrate at3 Maning andh will appr'e
iate the votes of the clubs that will
vote forI thaii 33i11ce.
S. .4. YOUdANS.
Ber the Th Kind You Have Always Bought
R1AMON's NERVE AND BONE OIL
still head the list and. are acknowledlged by
all to) be the great conquerl~ors of pains,
ac'hes and3 dise~1~ae fo.r which they are
Ramon. Rc e r will p~ositiv.ely CUre
pinfs (3f atl~l kind. iiwh as Ittaduache, Sick
liadacthe, Too)'tim3h,-. Neuranlgia, Cramp
('olie, Palins in th. 5tomach and Bowels,
Dilarrhea. &c..alm!1.':t instanl3tly, andt, as a
household r eedy for these. su1dden'I sick
nessel. it hiiS'3.o egnal in) '133e world. "Once
tried. always. u3'' Pie 1> an ~>01 cents.
Ramons . erve & l3one Oit is the
orilina:3 :ad only' genine~t Nerve ..nd3 iione
Iil madte. 31 t is P ju w) hal : is nme imiphes,
and penetCruin. uickly toC.3~3 thle nerve andt
bone,. re.lens. i.in d3 rive a3LS1way disease
and3 e'ler15 a pe(rmanent11 eure'L. A speciie
for Rtheminattim, 3ore. ].ruises. Sprains.
(Puts, Burn-, unn i nju3 lris to h tie Lsh of
either(1 13an3 or' bea3t. Prie 2a andt 50 cenlti.
Salel bottles 19) een I
The genuine' has the 1nme blownx inm the
bottle. The Relie' is pult up inl square red
cailtoons anid the Oil in1 greenl cartoon-.
FOR SALE BY
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
A Pale Face
- s aprominlenltsymptordl of'vitlated
blood. If cov.ered wi tb pimples, the
evidence is complete. It's nature's
wa y of wsarning3 you ofyourcondition.
never falls to rectify al disorders .of
tihe blood, slight or severe, of long
tanding~ or recent origin. Its thirty
years record guarantees its eflicacy.
S old everywhere. Price $1.00 per full
MICHIGAN X)J UG COMPANY
W. M. 8800KINON, Maig, S 0
w Cleanes and beautifies the hair.
Promtoes a luxurint growth.
I,.Never als to estore Gray
Cur capdiseaes hair falling.
30ecand 31.00 t Dru ists
C ENIlIAL CONTR~ACTOl.
Will furi'Ish1 estimaltcS 11nd3 makei~ ('(n
'tts for 3all31 kind~s oif butildinlI and0 is
pre '11''led 31 to cutrat for1 11irst clasS paiit
S. L. KN1ASNuFF".
One of the First Symptoms of
Failing Health in a Woman is
Did you ever think that there is alwaysa
cause for this malady? In women Nervous.
4 ness is generally the forerunner of some
form of female disease, such as Whites,
I Painful, Profuse or Irregular Menses, etc.,
It - J either of which will produce Nervousness
in all of its distressing intensity. If you use
-.,Gerstle's Female Pnacea
you will very soon be cured of Nervous
ness and all other female troubles as well.
If costive, move the bowels with mild
doses of St. Joseph's Liver Regulator.
I HAVE SUFFERED FOR YEARS
With painful menses, attended with sour stomach, rushing of blood to the head.
and occasional whites. I also have severe nervous spels and heart palpitation so
bad I cannot rest. I have used various female reies for a long time but found
no relief until about two months ago, when t commenced using your Gerstie's
Female Panpcea and ST. JOSEPH'S LIVER REGULATOR. and they are doing me
more good than all others. I shall continue their use.
Glenniore. Ga. SMS. SARAH JENKIN'S.
If your case is complicated, write us and we will give you full in
formation regarding the use of this medicine. Get it from your drug
gist. If he does not keep it send us $1 and we will send a bottle,
all charges paid. L. GERSTLE & CO.. Chattanooga, Tenn.
Sold at In .B &oyo Dru Moa iac L oia, 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.
sk gyour ...il i DThNIC PEULET.
For sale by THE R. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE.
S. R. VENNING,
Jeweler & Watch Repairer,
MANNING, S. C.
- DEALER IN -
Wa,tches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver
ware and All Einds of Fancy
I MAKE A SPECIALTY OF HEAVY SILVERWARE AND FANCY
Articles of all kinds, suitable for Wedding and Holiday Presents.
Such goods have never been sold here before. call and see them.
I deal also in
All Novelties in Silver bought of ue will be engraved free of cost.
ALL REPAIR WORK GUARANTEED.
Manning Times Block, three doors south of Postoffice.
We have just received a lot of nice, seasonable goods which we know
wili interest you. Among other things are:
TWO-GALLON WATER COOLERS....................81 60
WIRE'~DISH COVERS......................S.c and 10c each
THREE PRONG ICE CHISELS..........................15c
WIRE FLY.TRAPS................................15 each
w(CE(CREAM FREEZERS-i-at.. $1.3.5; 2-qt., $1.75; .3-qt., $2.25: 4-qt., $2.75.
STONE CHURNS............ ...........gal., 25c.; 2-gal., 3.5c
We have lately received a large consignment of STOVES, and can safely
say that we have the best assortment of- them to choose from that has ever been
shown in Clarendon County. Our prices, too, are so reasonable that they excite
comment from every~ one. We can assure you that you can do as well with us in
making purchases as you can anywhere.
& FA RMERS /~u
We still have a few of those cheap Orangeburg Sweeps and Cotton Hoes
We have lately received a lot of Paris Green DistributororSaysan
will endeavor to hav e them on hand when wanted. i rSryr n
Ogr One-Horse Harrows hav e been in great demand. We still have a few.
Will find our stock of Builders' Hardware in good shape. We have
Valley Tin. Locks. Hinges. Nails in endless variety. Also White Lead, Oil and
Colors for Painters.
COLUMBA & BICYCLES
Have been tried andl proven the best on earth. We have Bicycle Repairs
at lowest pric'es.
Very truly yours,
Manning Hlardware Co.
I will sell every dollar's worth of Summer
Goods reirardlless of cost.
The kroods must go. I need the room for Fal
:olord Lans worth Gie,.a............4 C.
Cordedl Lawus. worth 7. at............. 0
Colored Lawns. worth 1. at........ c.
Col 'ored P'iques. worth 12Ae. a...........8 C.
I have put the knife in every line and if you
Swant to buy goods cheape-r than they wer e eve
sould in Mauning before. Give me a call.
3 All Slippers Will Be Sold
3 At a Sacrifice.
Dont fail to see. our Perfeet-Fitting Corset
e ~ ry pair guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Thauking the trade for p)ast favors. I remain
FOR SALE BY THE
People's Tobacco Warehouse,
Manning Hardware Company's Store,
These Baskets are made of White
Oak and they are equal to any tobacco
basket on the market and
Call at the Manning Hardware store
and inspect them.
C. M. MASON.
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
gans. It is the latest discovereddigest
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in.
stantly relievesand permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
F tulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Sick Headache, Gastralgla,Crampsand
all otherresults of imperfect digestion.
Prepared by E. C. DOWITT 4CO.. Cb1i109.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. -
Is.Ac M. LoaYA. PROP.
J. S. BELL. , T M. YOUNG
BELL & YOUNG,
Opp. Central Hotel, fianning, S..C
Bicycles and Bicycle Supplies.
We also repair Wheels and guarantee
MACHINERY REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
SIGN PAINTING DONE WITH
NEATNESS AND DESPATCH.
All work entrusted to us will- receive
BELL & YOUNG.
MONEY TO LOAN.
I am prepared' to negotiate loans
on good real estate security, on rea
R. 0. PURDY,
Sumter, S. C.
Is where you get the rrght
sort of Clothes without dan
ger of mistake. Our Clothes --
are of the right sort, and you
will appreciate their excel
lence and smallness of cost.
We Lk Clohe toO@e
for those who prefer them.
Lasting Materials, proper fit'
and make and moderate pri
ces. Your orders will have
our best attention.
J. L DAVID & 110
S.W. Cor. King aud Wootwrth Sis.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
W H E N YOU COME
TO TOWN CALL AT
Which is fitted up with an
eye to the comfort of his
customers.. .. ..
IN ALL STYLES,
S HAVIN G AND
S H A Mf POl OIN
Done with neatness an
diispatch. .. .. ...
A cordial invitation
J. L. WVELLS.
Manning Times Block.
' FIRE. LIFE. ACCIDENT &
A FULL LINE OF SAMPLES.
Carpets, Art Squares,e
RUGS, DRAPERIES & BED SETS.
Coloed designs adsample ofe go.
J. L. WILSON.
CURE AU. YOUR PAINS Wil
A Medicine Chest ia iself.
SIMPLE, SAFE AND QUICK CURE FOR
Cramps, Diarrhoea, Colds,
25 and 50 cent Bettles.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
BUY ONLY THE GENUiNE,
Land Surveying and Leveling.
I will do Surveying. etc.. in Claren
don and adjoining Counties.
Call at oftice or address at Sumter. S.
C. P.O. Boxl 101.
.JOHN RI. HAYNESWORTH.
For Sale or Rent.
The Lot and Dwelling of Rev. Jlames
McDowell in Manning.
Also two desirable Building Lots'ad
joining for sale. For terms app~ly to
JOSEPH F. RHAME,
Brngaor Job Work to The Times adine.