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Publishes All County and Town Of
MIANNING. S. C.. FEB. 5. 1901.
You Must Not Forget the Arnti-Packing Sale
Now gotng on at the Jenkinson Dry
Goods Store. A good part of the win
ter i. Mtill ahead of us yet and if you
haven't got all the heavy winter cloth
ing you need you can get them at this
sale very cheap.
Nice dark Calicos at 33e yar;. Nice
lot of Outings at 3jc yard.
Splendid Bed Tick at 5c yard.
A large lot of nice Winter Suits at
Great bargains to be had in Table
About a four-bushel basket full of all
kinds of Remnants must be closed out
at and below cost; there are some
splendid values in this lot of Remnants.
A large lot of Gent's Heavy Knit Un
dershirts at 20c each.
A large lot of Gent's Heavy Fleece
Lined Undervests, the 60c kind, must
be closed out at 41c each.
Remember this sale must close on
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
Mr. aad Mrs. .J. H. Williams have an
excedingly ill child, about three years
S. I. Till wants to talk to you about
Blankets and Outings.
The '-dumnv" street car line from
the depot up town is being built rap
It is only about twenty days and all
the good things will be gone at S. I.
M1rs. F. W. Gregg has returned from
an extended visit to relatives in York
Some folks may cry Cost! Cost! but
. I. Till's is the place to get your
goods at cost.
Miss Lulie Harvin, now teaching at
Wateree, spent Saturday and Sunday
See those Percale Remnants at S. I.
Till's-one to five yards to piece-only
20c per pound.
Monday was salesday, but the sheriff
only sold one $13.73 horse. This speaks
well for the county.
Early Bliss and Early Rose Seed Po
tatoes. and fresh line of standard Gar
den Seeds. S. A. Rigby.
Rev. P. B. Wells was called to Oak
Grove Sunday to funeralize a child of
Mr. John Henry Ridgeway.
Mrs. R. D. Rollins, wife of Treasurer
Rollins of Williamsburg, is visiting
relatives at M1r. J. F. McLeod's.
Requisites for the Toilet, Necessities
for the Table. Supplies for the Study
and School Room. The R B. Loryea
There has been a powerful drought
of them for about eighteen months, but
they say others will follow since some
one has'amade the break."
When we say Cost we do not mean a
few remnants or some old stock in odds
and ends, but our entire stock. Come
M1iss Leonora, a bright little 9-year
old daughter of Governor McSweeney,
accompanied Senator Appelt home S'~t
urday as the guest of M1isses Gussie tdi
-Cleanlines next to godliness.'' We
carry the largest and best assorted line
of Soap ever displayed in Manning.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
The County Supervisor is now paying
all claims against the county and would
like to wind up last year's business.
He requests that claims be presented
Saturday next for payment.
-Reading maketh a full man." All
the latest successes in fiction, in Cloth
and Paper Editions; Poets 35c a vol
ue and epwards. The R. B. Loryea
The "'Povertie Partie," given in the
court house for the benefit of the Pres
byterian parsonage, afforded much
pleasure and amusement and was also a
success financially, yielding about $33.
We have exclusive controI for Mlan
ning of the Rio Hondo hand-miade, long
filler Cigar, the best 5-cent smoke ever
offered to the public. The R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store.
Our information was that it was a
Mrs. Warren. but it was a MIrs. Wal
ter DuBose who suicided near Shiloh in
Sumter county. We have been re
quested to make the correction.
Plant only genuine Seed Potatoes:
you labor in vain if you do not. We
carry genuine Early Rose and Bliss'
Triumph Seed Potatoes. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
1r. H. Z. Hanna of Williamsburg
died serv suddenly last week He was
very popoular, being the County Audi
tor at the time of his death and had
held the position eighteen years.
We have just received the largest
and most superb assortment of Ex
tracts-all odors -Perfumes, Cologne,
in handsomely designed containers, or
any quantity desired. The R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store.
rs. A. H. Breedin left last night to
take their little Brent to Dr. Parker in
Charleston. One of the little fellow's
eves is badly impaired from an injury
caused by a roman candle during Christ
We can do without Chinese emigra
ion but we must have their tea; the
best comes overland, via Russia. Our
Acme Grecen and Black Tea is unsur
passed. A trial will convince. The R.
3. Lorea Drug Store.
Rev. Joe M~unday, a lecturer of con
iderabe note and an evangelist, will
lecture in the Institute Hall this eve
ning to men only and boys over sixteen
years old. The lecture this evenn
'ill be free.
Millions of people are familiar with~
DeWitts Little Early Risers and those
who use them find them to be famous
ittle liver pills. Never gripe. The Rt.
B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M1. Loryea,
Mr. Allen C. Bradham sustained a
considerable loss by tire last week, los
ing his dry kiln at Packsville and fromr
twenty to'thirty thousand feet of lum
ber. 'The origin of the fire is unknown
but was probably accidental.
Reports show a greatly increased
death rate from throat and lung trou
les due to the prevalenc~e of croup,
pneumonia and t!rippie. WVe advise the
se of One MIinnte Cough ('ure in all oi
these ditticulties. It is the only harm
les remedy that gives immediate re
suits. Children like it. The iR. B.
A negro by the name of Jim Deas,
supposed to be our same old Jim. alias
"Sheep," of chaingang fame, while
running from a policeman in Charles
ton last week jumped from a second
story window and broke his leg. Jim
is at present a fugitive from Manning
The It. 13. Loryea Drug Store will refund .you
your money if you are not satistied after using
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
They cure disorders of the stomach. biliousness.
constipation and headache. Price- cents
'1r. T. R. Cantey of Midway. Fla.,
has returned home after spending a
protracted visit to his brothers. Messrs.
J. S. and M. S. Cantey of Suimerton.
Mr. Canter left Clarendon soon after
the war and has made Florida his home
ever since. He was greeted by many
old friends while visiting his native
State and county.
There is always danger in using
counterfeits of DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve. The original is a safe and cer
tain cure for piles. It is a soothing and
healing salve for sores and all skin dis
eases. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store,
Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
When our local space is limited as it
has been now for some time owing to
crowded columns of advertising, we
sometimes have to reduce local matter
to its news value only and have net
room for drawn out notices, to the
slight dissatisfaction of some friends.
Often the pith and substance of a thing
are all that we can use.
Spain's Greatest Need.
Mr. R. P. Olivia of Barcelonia. Spain. spends
his winters at Aiken. S. C. Weak nerves had
caused severe pains in the back of his head. On
using Electric Bitters. America's greatest blood
and nerve remedy. all pain sovu left him. He
says this grand medicine is what his country
needs. All America knows that it cures liver
and kidney trouble. purities the blood, tones up
the stomach. strengthens the nerves, puts vim.
vigor and new life into every muscle. nerve and
organ of the body. If weak. tired or ailing you
need it. Every bottle guaranteed. cily 5ocents.
Sold by the it. 13. Lorvea drug store.
Conductor Jones of the Atlantic Coast
Line made a bad slip lately in mistak
ing a white woman for a negress and
requiring her to ride in the car for
colored persons. It is said that she
was so dark complected that the mis
take is one which anybody would have
made. but her relatives will probabably
use the circumstance as the basis of a
suit for damages.
How to Cure the Grip.
Remain quietly at home and take Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy as directed and a quick
recovery is sure to follow. That remedy coun
teracts any tendency of the grip to result in
pneumonia. which is really the only serious
danger. Among the tens of thousands who have
used it for the grip not one case has ever been
reported that did not recover. For sale by The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea,
The County Pension Board met Mon
day and considered ninety two applica
tions for pensions, fifty-two of them
soldiers and forty widows of soldiers.
The board requests that all who have
not blank applications will call on the
nearest member, who will furnish all
necessary blanks and information for
making applications. The board will
meet again on Monday, the 18th, at 11
o'c1'ck to take final action and all ap
plications should be in by that time.
That Throbbing Headache
Would quickly leave you if you used Dr
King's New Life Pills. Thousands of sufferers
have proved their matchless merit for sick and
nervous headaches. They make pure blood and
strong nerves and build up your health. Easy
to take. Try them. Only 15 cents. Money
back if not eured. Sold by the Rt. B. Loryea
drug store. 1-5
Tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock at
the residence of Mrs. Louisa Huggins,
mother of the bride-elect, will be sol
emnized the marriage of Miss Maggie,
to Mr. T. Baker Haynesworth of Flor
ence. The ceremony will be witnessed
by the nearest relatives and friends of
the contracting parties, and will be
performed by the Rev. Watson
B. Duncan, brother in-law to the
bride, after which they will leave on
the down going train for their future
home. The bride is the youngest
daughter of the late Dr. Herman H.
Huggins and a young lady possessed of
many charming graces, while the fort
unate groom is a young man of ster
ling qualities, a graduate of the Cita
del Academy, and resides near the city
of Florence. On behalf of itself and
many other friends THE TDMES ex
tends congratulations and many good
A Night of Terror.
"Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the
brave General Burnham of Machias. Me.. when
the doctors said she could not live till morming.'
writes Mrs. S. H. Lincoln. who attended her
that tearful night. "-All thought she must soox:
die from pneumonia. but she begged for Dr.
King's New Discovery, saying it had more than
once saved her life, and had cured her of con
sumption. After three small doses she slcp..
easily all night, and its further use completely
cured her." This marvelous medicine is guar
anteed to cure all throat, chest and lung dis
eases. Only 50c and $1. Trial bottles free at the
t. B. Lorvea drug store.1
is destruction of lung by a
Igrowing germ, precisely as
ouldy cheese is destruction
cheese by a growing germ.
If you kill the germ, you
p the consumption. You
:i or can't, according to
en you begin.
T ake Scott's Emulsion of
Liver Oil: take a little
-~-~It acts as a
food-; it is the
-easi e st f oo d.
Se ems not to be
food ;makes you
Shungry ; eating
___ ogrow strong
er. Take more;
'(t too.. muCh ;enough is as
uchJ r.O yo like and agrees
I : food; whatever
.. --rees with you.
u-i are strong
e - o erms are
w?2e killed them.
--not tried it, send
-- pie, its agreeable
: ~'rise you.
-TT & BOWNE,
09 Pearl St., New York.
We have frequently been invited to
pay a visit to the graded school and see
the work it is doing. but never availed
ourselves of the pleasure until yester
day. when we sought pleasant company
and decided to pay the school a call.
The first department we entered was
the room of Professor .. P. Inabnit, the
principal, who greeted us most cordi
ally. In addition to the general super
intendencv of the school he has charge
of the ninth and tenth or collegiate
grades. We found him elosing a re
view in arithmetic and explaining to
his grades some of the far-reachinr
meanings of the term per cent. as
apart from simple interest. After this
came a Latin recitation or reading in
Casar. After the lapse of some years
since we dealt in any such delightful ex
ercises as reading Ca-sar it had to us a
sort of dizzy and hazy sound. but never
theless was interesting-to listen to.
We then called on Miss Jessie Mc
Lean. who has charge of the third and
fourth grades. Miss McLean was thor
oughly drilling a class in reading, and
as it is very much easier to understand
English than Latin anyhow, our com
pany timely remarked that we could
now feel more at home.
Thence we were ushered into Pro
fessor J. A. Thackston's room. He is
engaged in expanding the heads of the
seventh and eighth grades, and just at
this time was taking them through a
a lesson in history and discussing im
portant matters which occurred during
the days of Andrew Jackson, Clay, Cal
houn, and the national bank trouble
which occurred during Jackson's ad
When we were ushered into the room
of Miss Lizzie Perry, who has charge of
the ideas in the fifth and sixth grades,
we found her, too, busy and perfectly
at home. She believes in teaching her
pupils something of the beauties of the
English language as well as other
things, and was giving them some spe
cial instructions in composition from
The last room we visited was that of
Miss Carrie Legg. Hers represents
the least in size but not in numbers.
She has charge of the second and first
grades, or in other words the nursery
department, and splendidly and with
patience does she drill them and keep
them all occupied. Miss Legg's de
partment is a most important one in
deed, as she lays the first principles in
the foundation of an education with all
pupils who make their beginning here.
After visiting all of the departments
of the school we were impressed with
the fact that The Moses Levi Memorial
Institute is an institution of learning of
which the people of Manning and vi
cinity ought to feel proud. The school
is now well equipped with many mod
ern appliances. and with a corps of such
competent teachers they are doing
good work, probably much more than
the public appreciate.- We commend it
to the people of the community and es
pecially to the patrons to sometimes
visit the school and see for themselves
what is being done for the advancement
of their children and then probably
many a word of censure will be spared
the teachers for children not learning
as much as parents think they ought.
Standing for six hours and going
through the mental strain of teaching
forty or fifty children with its .accompa
nying trials to the patience is equal to
about ten hours of any ordinary work,
and the teachers are therefore enti
tled to the fullest support and co-opera
tion on the part of the parents.
Professor Inabnit has arranged to
have a series of lectures delivered, one
every month during the remainder of
the session, to which all patrons are in
vited, and the first of the series will be
delivered by Rev. P. B. Wells on the
evening of the 15th inst. We think this
a capital idea, and one that will bring
the people closer in touch with the
We could write more of the school,
of its origin, its founders and the vicis
situdes through which it has passed,
but will not now, and will commend it
to the people for its good work. which
can easily be seen upon a casual inves
A Frightful Blunder
Will often cause a horrible burn, scald. cut or
brise. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the best in the
world, will kill the pain and promptly heal it.
Cures old sores, fever sores, ulcers. boils, felons.
corns, all skin eruptions. Best pile cure on
earth. Only 25 ets. a box. Cure guaran teed
Sold by the R. B. Loryea drua store. 1-5
Forty-first session began January 7,
1901. 'Thorough preparation for any
college. Individual teaching. Tuition.
S1 to $4 per month.
MRS. E. C'. ALSBROOK,
The regular examination for teach
ers' certificates will be held at the court
house in Manning on Friday. 15th inst.
Examination to begin promptly at 9
o'clock. L. L. WELLS,
Co. Supt. of Education.
Manning, S. C., Feb. 5, 1901.
Recent experiments show that all
classes of foods may be completely di
gested by a preparation called Kodol
~yspepsia Cure, which absolutely di
gests what you eat. As it is the only
combination of all the natural digest
ants ever devised the demand for it has
become enormous. It has never failed
to cure the very worst cases of inditres
tion and it always gives instant relief.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaae M.
eKidYou Have Always Bougi
Garden and Farm.
WE ARE AGENTS FORl
T, W Wood & S' SEEDS.
WVhile it was ex. 'tremuely gratifying to
The Paris Exposition of 1900
awarded the Gold Medal for Excellence
to TI. W. Wood & Sons. still thec pe.ople
of this vicinity had realized by practi
cal means that WXoods Seeds
andl that is the secrct of their reat
It is needless to say that we have a
full variety of their Celebrated Garden
Seed. Onion Sets, Millet Seed. Sugar
Cane Seed. Excelsior Peas. Marrowfat
Peas. etc. etc.
Of course our
is complete and full in all details.
igrTust arrived: Wood's Bliss Tri
umh and Early~ Rose Seed P otatoes.
ISAAC M, LORYEA, Proprietor,
Sigrn of tho'
MANNINO, S. C.
'. tM. McCOLOU G
<)pp. ('ourt House. - Mhaniing. ;.
;ive mer a trial and I will :ivte iou
the best work for little :mon-y.
Sat isfaction guaranteet.
Notice of I)isclarge.
I wil aliply to the .JIute of l'rogc
i'or (-larenldon County on I0 ti nta
of iebrO"uarv. 1901. for ltettr- of .i
et tiu-e as Adminuistiator (f . I thle etate
of L. I). Plavcr. ticeaied.
Sardinia. -. (.. Jan. R. 19l1. 14 it
A Modern Ginnery.
We have at Rimini. S. C.. on an ex
cellent location. a complete 3-70 Saw
Murray Ginning System. with ('leaning
Feeders: 5o H. P. boiler and 40 H. P.
engine. Struthers & Wells make.
This is a new plant. It is for sale.
Write us if interested.
W. H. GTB3ES & CO..
Columbia. S. C..
Machinery and 'Mill Supplies.
BELL & MATHIS,
And All Manner of Iron Work.
Special Attention Given to Ilorseshoelg.
We warrant satisfaction.
Below Baptist Church. Manning. S. (.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Couity of Clarendon.
By James M. Windham, Esq.. Pro
\HEREAS, C SAR MIDDLE
TON made suit to me to
grant him letters of adiminis
t ration of the estate of and effects of
John Middleton, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of the said John
Middleton, deceased, that they
he and appear before me, in the
Court of Probate, to be held at Man
ning, on the 8th day of February,
next, after publication thereof, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why the
said administration should not be
Gw'en under my hand this 22d day
of January. A. D. 1901.
JAMES M. WINI)HAM,
45-3t] Judge of Probate.
The Tisdale Hotel,
Summierton, S. C.
Livery Stable Near at Hand.
Naw Building, New Furmiture.
MONEY TO LOAN.
I amt prepared to negotiatte loans
on good real estate security, on iea
Sumter, S. C.
has brought permanent relief to a nmil
lion suffering women who were on their
wayto premature graves. Mrs. Mitchell
was fast declining in health, when Wine
of Cardui performed a "wonderful cure"
in her case. She suffered with the ago
niles of falling of the womb, leucorrhcea
and profuse menstruation. The weekly
apaace of the mensesfor two months
sapdher vitality until she was a phys
ica wreck. Her nervous system gave
way. Then came the trial of Wine of
Cardui and the cure. Mrs. Mitchell's
experience ought to commend Wine of
Cardui to suffering women in words of
is within the reach of all. Women who
t otreo i aredeivd.Ak u dn dis
not take a substitute if tendered you.
Mrs. Willie Mitchell. South Gaston, N. C.:
*'Wine of Cardul and Thedford's Black
Draught havre performed a miraculous cure
nmycs.I had been a great sufferer
wihaln fthe womb and ieucorrbmsa,
and my menses came every week for two
mnth iand were very painul.f My hu
and Black-Draught, and now the leucor
rhaia has disappeared, and I am restored to
a syptoms. h~eLals Ad
bttanoga 3dcine Co.,
Money to Loan,
WILSON & DuRANT.
Extract of Lemoon
The Delight of Housekeepers.
D. O. Rhame,~
Manning Hardware Co.,
Keeping abreast with the rapid progress being made in our town and county
have enlarged their store room and purchased for spot cash the largest stock of
Hardware ever brought into Clarendon county.
Every business man knows the value of cash when buying goods: it means
that the goods are delivered at the lowest prices obtainable. and enables the
purchaser to sell at prices impossible when bought otherwise: combine this with
the knowledge of where to buy and when to buy you may be reasonably sure
that you are getting your goods at the right figures. We are pleased to say
that our effort and study in this direction has not been without effect and ap
preciation as is being demonstrated constantly by our increasing patronage.
Now is the time that houses are being repaired for the coming year. It will
i- of interest to purchases to examiue our stock of KNOB LOCKS. HING ES.
HASPS. STAPLES. NA ILS. \ IN)OW FASTENEIlS, etc.
Farmers who have stifT. heavy lands will find the Oliver Chilled Plow best:
those with light. sandy soil will find one of our several grades of Dixie Boy
flows best. Also Shovel Plows and Twisters.
We have to arrive several kinds of Cotton Planters. all of the most popular
Our line of O. K. Stoves are fine and the sales of them this season have been
the' largest in the history of the stove trade in our town. We have a nice line
of Agate and Tinware to show and have recently bought the most complete line
of 'rocket y ever shown here. We expect to offer this at prices that cannot be
Parties who contemplate painting should try our high grade
This Paint differs from the much advertised cheap paints, in being of uni
fortn quality aud every can is backed by an absolute guarantee as to purity by
MANNING HARD WAREO.
Tilose~ ~~ Exelila Bara0
TILL'S RACKET STORE
ARE MELTING AWAY.
It is only about twenty days yet and all our Winter Goods
will be sold; and then when you come and they will be gone, you
will have to curse yourself and not us, as we cannot hold goods at
these prices for any one.
Remember when we say Cost we mean it, and not cost on a
few pieces of old goods or old shoes ond shelf-worn goods, but
Staples as well as regular goods. All our stock is new-has not
been in the store six months.
Again, come and see for yourself.
Yours for cut prices,
5.~ ~ 1.TL ,P.'r
Ii CLEARANCE SALE
In order to make room for our large Spring Stock
We on' thnk t godjudgment to carry goods over
from one season to another, therefore will offer all Cloth
ing~ we have on hand, and we have a nice line of it,
Mell Sal1(I BOYS 111ts&
Palits anid Overcoats.
at prices that will surprise you. Now if you want a Suit,
an i Oxvercoat. pair' of Pants, ai Hat, a C'ap, a Shirt or any
thing in Underwear at your own price, come to see us and
Syou will be convinced that we mean just what we say.
Our tradle for the short time we have been in business
Shas far exceededi our expectations and we know no better
way to show our appreciation than to give out' friends and
Spatr ons a chance to buy what they need in this line for
the bailance of this winter without a prott. These goods
I ft~Reimmber we have x
I No Job Lots
Ito offer: all of our goods are fres-h and new.
IWe als~o hiave any thing in a Shoe you n:.ay wxant.
Thanking you one and all for your liberal patronage,
IC. 11. DAIS & CO.I
5th to 16th of February.
If you have money to spend
Idon't fail to attend this
Sale. It will pay you.
W.n E. JENKINSON.
SSale of New Embroideries, Laces
_ FORand Inser-tions
FREARLY SPRING CASH BUYERS.
At Precisely 10 O'Clock on
SNext Thursday Morning, Jan, 31st,
RAIN OR SHINE,.
S We will place on sale about 10,000 yards of Laces and
S 2,500 yards Swiss-the finest of the Switzerland
C looms-from 6tc to 30c per yard.
S 2,500 yards Hamburg Cambric and Nainsook Em
Sbroideries "of the finest European manufacture at 3c to
35 About 5,000 yards of fine Valencines and Torchon
e Laces at 1c to 20c per. yard.
S This is one of the largest assortments of Embroider
Sies and Laces ever placed on sale in Manning and the
Sactual value of these goods are 23 per cent to 40 per cent
Sabove what we ask for them. But we bought them inm
C large quantities for CASH, thereby getting large dis
Scounts on them all and we are going to share these dis
E counts with our customers.
S Wise cash buyers will avail themselves of this oppor
Stunity by coming quick.
S While you are looking at these jobs in Embroidery
C and Trimmings, ask to see our early shipment of lovely
SSilks and Dress Goods.__
SIs g'iven our Heavy Goods, suitable for right now, and if
Syou are in need of anything in Blankets, Comforts, etc.,
now is your time to buy them while we are selling them
so elook at our Shoes will tell the tale of how cheap
I we can furnish you with Good, Reliable Shoes.
Our Clothing Department
SIs ripe with many bargains that shrewd (cash buyers will
e not pass by.
O LD R EL IA BL E
~S. A. RigbyI