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I U1BLISBES ALL COUNTY AND TOW] OFFICIAL ADVERTISE4IENTS. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY. AUG. 12, 1896. 10 CENT COTTON. The Severe Drought Now Going Or In the Larger Portion of the Cot ton States Has Brought About s Remarkable Change in the Cottor Market. The Probabilities Nov Are That the Farmers Will Get 7 or Se, for their Cotton, While Some Think, They Will Get as Much a 10 Cents. 250 cotton sheets to arrive thi week, at 25c each. Tobacco twin( 16e per 1b. Best apple vinegar at 25e per gallon. The purest lemon extracts at 5 and 10c per bottle. Large 3 lb pealed peaches put up in syrup, 15e per can or 2 for 25e. These oods were never sold before for less than 20e per can. Ball thread 1e per ball or 30 balls for 25e; all numbers. A big drive in dress ginghams, only 5c per yard. When you want fresh turnip seed, give us a call. We have them in bulk to sell by the pound oz in less quantities. A large lot of ladies' summer undervests. 5e or 6 for 25c. -Yellow stone milk bowls, all .sizeq; 2 qts, 10e; 3 Qts, 15c; 4 qts, 20e * *qts, 25e. Don't forget our tobacco twine. We have the best for 16Ic per pound. Yours truly, W. E. JENKiNSON. Mr. C. J. Lesesne, of Kingstree, is visit ing friends in town.. Mr. J. W. McLeod left last Monday foi the Northar markets. Base balls and bats aljl prie at R. B. Loryea's. We regretto learn of the illness of Mr. W. T. Sprott, of Jordan. Mrs . D. Salley, of Edisto Island, is in Manning visiting her parents. Turnip seed at 3. B.Loryes's. Everybod* should come to the tobacco -*arehouse opening on the 21st inst. The ticket at the head of sur editorial column seems to be sweeping the State. Mr. James C. Harvin, of the Fork, is the tt Colarendon farmer who has carried to beeo to market. Bae baf goods at R. . Leryea's. If a candidate undertakes on the stump to discuss personal matters, he should be requestd to stop. "Pick Leaf" smoking tobacco, 10c a package, atBrockinton's. ."The extreme heat is a sufficient excuse or anything irritating a suffering editor ight say in is paper. Postofice Inspector J. R. Rosson paid Manning a visit last Monda) We found him a very pleasant'gentleman. Mr. Thomas Carroll, of Packsville, car. ries offthe hat for bringing the first bale of cotton to Manfing this season. How about that pair of spectacles you are needing so bad? Now is your time to get Thwrners'allinc wil choke the ti 'trutgaitid the bagging trust if the farmersonly do their duty' to themselves. Wanted.-A respectable white woman to *cook and takecharge of general household duties.' - . J. Bnows Manning, S. C. PTresidlents of -Democratic clubs are re quired to send duplicate,. club .rolis. See euanty ehian's notice. Don't fail in Theg ona ampagners have ptced ehii pity they hare not conducted it eo all -alon~ Ifyon wanta nice cool drink these hot days, call on J. C. Boyd. There wml be a big political meeting near Duffe's store next Friday. Pass the word around and havesa big crowd to greet the candidates. -Sheriff B. DuPree Hedge, of Ocala, Fla., formerly of Clarendon scounty, was re elected-lest week with a handsome majori ty. We congratulate you, Ben. We hope our county candidates will have a jolly time going the rounds. and that the people will not permit them in dulging in 'vituperation and abuse. The lumber mill belonging to Mr. D. M. raham acroes Ox Swamp was destroyed by'fire last Thursday: night. The lose is about one thousand d-llars and no insur ance. Hardin Co. -pure apple 'vinegar is the -' best for pickling and table use, For sale by R. B. Iacyea, the druggist.. The tobacco warehouse is about corn pleted and the management expect a big sale on the 21st inst. Every tobasco grow er in the county should have tobacco ox the fkior that day. - n hks soda water and ice cream at J7. C. Boyd's Mr. 3.11. Suabrook, who is visiting his 3arin-law, Rev. ,Tames McDowell, is *eeadidate for the Leilauefrom Charles son county, and judinfrom the papers, he will be elected wihot opposition. Wood's. turnip seed, teated and true, all kinds. 11. B. Loryea, the druggist. There was an alarm of fire up the street early yesterday morning, but it was a false alarm. The men will not organize a fire department, so some of our pretty girls _have started one on their own accont. -BRed Rooster" smoking and chewing to bacco,5o a twist, at Brockinton's. "Where is my boy to-night ?" sanga - ,weet young lady last Monday night and the boy did not turn up; so she got up be fore sun-rise and tried to roast him out oj his roost, but the fellow had taze~n leg(g: bail and couldn't be found. Go to Brocdinton's drug store for sods water, milk shakes and cocoaI-cola. Fur' fruit syrups always on hand. The cotton crop is falling off considera bly all over the cotton belt, and -gooi prices may be expected this fall. However we would not advise anyone to hold, be cause we believe that it is the wisest polica to sell as soon as the product is ready fo: market. Special attention is directed to the pres dents of the various Democratic clubs to the notice of the county chairman. Certi fied club rolls in duplicate must be sent it to the chairman before Thursday, Augus 20th. This is very important and must bi complied with strictly. WVe desire to warn our readers agains the clap-trap of some of the -county candi dates. WYe learn that it is the stock-in trade of some of them to go about telling .'at the editor of the Times is trying ti camx certain candidutes down the throat of the people. It is absolutely false. Iti none of our business who the people vot for, and it is none of theirs who we vot for. The Manning baseball club went t 3iayesvilie last Friday and ph.yed the teau of that town. Tbe score resulted in a vic tory for Mayesville of 15 to 10. Our boy: are very much dissatisfied with the decis iona of the umpire, who they say was ver: tinfair to them andt they arc pobitive if i had rendlered his decisions impartially Minning would have won easily. A communication without the name o the writer was consigned to the waste bas ket; it would seem to us that we have giver p..ople plenty of notice that we will no publish communiications unless they come acompanied with the name of the writer Another communication was rejected be cause the printers could not decipher th< A tobacco barn belonging to Mr. E. R. Plowden was destroyed by tire last Monday. The News and Courier is getting holder every day in its Ight to defe:-t John Gary Evans. Mr. R. H. Dav;; banded us this morn;ng a cotton boll from wbich there had b-un picked thirteen fnll grown lcks 'f cu'u Several can:idaes have alrely liti their pledges and naid their ascements to the county ebairman. The oniicial list of candidates will be pubkshc.1 after the 15th instant. Lightning struck a sycxtuore tree yesterday in the yard of Mr. A. H. D. ( dler, of the Fork, and the shock stunne-i Mr. and Mrs. Chandler. The latter Was forced to go to bed from the effects. At Snartanburg vesterday Jndge Earle said: "He has never been classed as a Re former, and it would be false for him to so say;" yet there are some who are tryiag to get votes for Earle by elaitnin2 him to be a Reformer. As our United States Senator is to be voted for in the primary and afterwards elected by the members of the General As sembly, we suggest that at the county cam paign meetings each candidate be reanired to state whether he favors Evaas. Earle, or Duncan. Tis was done in the race be tween Tillman and Butler and it should be done in this race. The people have a right to know. Considerable fault was found with the executive committee for not providing a meeting at Doct r Swamp and Foreston and in justice to the committee we will state that the representatives from those two noints did not think that the meetings were necessary nor desirable. However, it has been arranged to have a meeting at the school house near Duffie's store on next Friday and at Foreston on the 24th inst. All the candidates are expected to be at these two meetings. For writing paper, pens and ink, at the lowest prices, go to Brockinton's. We understand that a candidate is going about saying that the editor of the Times will have a man at each box to defeat him. There is no truth in the statement what ever, and it is only told to plead for votes for the man telling it. The editor of the Times is attending to his own business and is not worrying himself about candidates who have no merit. He has an abiding faith in the people and whoever a majority may select will suit him, but he is satisfied that they-will not send a man to the Legis lature who can do them no good and be come an eyesore to the members of that body. For that torpid liver try "Thedford's Black Draught" at Brockinton's. We are not supporting in this paper any candidate for a county offee, therefore we most positively will not publish anonv mous communications affecting any of the gentlemen now before the people. This we do in a spirit of fairness as we see it. We propose, as an individual, to exercise the right of a free white man and vote for and support who we please, it matters not whom it displeases. Those candidates not receiving our individual support have no more right to get mad with us than they have to get mad with any other man who prefers others. We say to the people, go to the primary and vote for who you please and we shall do likewise. This is a free country3. OFFICE OF SUPERVISORS OF REGISTRATION, CLARENDON COU'T. Manning, S. C., May 20, 1896. The Board of Registration will open their books for the purpose of registering all qualified electors at Boykin's, Monday, 13th July. Cole's Mill, Tuesday, 14th July. New Town, Wednesday, 15th July. Midway- Church, Thursday, 16th July. *Chandler's, Friday, 17th July. Alcolu, Saturday. 18th July. Hodge's Corner, Monday. 20th July. Fulton, Tuesday. 21st July. Panola, Wednesday, 22nd July. St. Paul, Thursday, 23rd July. Summerton, Friday, 24th July. Packsville, Saturday, 25th July. Wilson's Mill, Monday, 27th July. Foreston, Tuesday, 28th July. Duffie's Old Store, Wednesday, 29th July. Jordan, Thursday, 30th July. Davis Cross Roads, Friday, 31st July. (i. T. WORSHAM, Chairman. E. D. HODGE, - -S. G. GRIFFIN, Clerk. B'd of Supervisors of Registration. BsUCKTBNS ARMICA SALNE. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guar anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25c. per box. For sale by R. B. Loryea. CUR~E FOR IIEADACHE. As a remedy for~ all forms of headache Electric Bitters has proved to be the very best. It effects a permanent cure and the most d-:eaded habitual sick headaches yield to its 'nfluence. We urge all who are af flicte i to procure a bottle, and give this rent dy a fair trial. In cases of habitual consipation Electric Bitters cures by giving the z~eeded tone to the bowels, and few case. long resist the use of this medicine. Try it once. Large bottles only 50 cents ai R. B. Loryea's drug store. CONDENSED TESTIMONY. Chas. B. Hood, broker and mnanufac turer's agent. Columbus, Ohio. certifies that Dr. King's New Discovery has no equal as a cough remedy. J. D. Brown, prop. St. James Hotel, Ft. Wayne, Ind., testities that he was cured of a cough of two years standing, caused by La Grippe, Dr. King's New Discovery. B. F. Merrill, Baldwins ville, Mass, says that he has used an d rec ommended it and never knew it to fail and would rather have it than any doctor, be cause it always cures. Mrs. H'-mmning, 222 E. 25th St., Chicago, always keeps it at handandhasno earof croup. because it instantly relieves. Free trial bottles at R . B. Loryea's drug store. Important Notice. OFF-zcE oF COUNTY CHnuINxx, . DExoCniTic ExEcUTIVE COMMITrEE, - Cr.iNmoN CoUNTY, Manning, S. C., Aug. 12, 1896. The Democratic Voters of Claren don County are requested to enroll their names ou some club roll before Thursday, Aug. 20th inst., at which time the president and secretary of* their respectiv-e clubs will send a certified copy in duplicate to this of fice, in order that one may be kept and the other sent out with the boxe~s as a poll list to govern the managers in conducting the primary election., No person can vote at any club unless his name has been entered 5 days previous to election, unless it bera c andiate, and they can vote at any club in the county to suit their con venience. Attention is called to part of Rule 4: "No vote for House of Representatives shall be counted un sless it contains as miany names as the county is entitled to Representa tives," so persons voting for- the Leg islature must vote for three candi dates. The polls will open at 8 o'clock a. m. and close at 4 p. im. on Tuesday, 25th of August. The boxes must be delivered to County Chair man within 48 hours after the close of the polls. The executive commit tee will assemble at the court house on Thursday, 27th August. at 12' o'clock, to tabulate the returns and declare the result of the primitry. The county chairman will be at the court house in Manning, on Satur day, 15th August, for the purpose of receiving the pledges and assess ments of the candidates. No pledge can be filed after 12 o'clock at night of that day. DANIEL J. BRADHAM, GLENN SPRINGS. Its Discovery and Locatio-its Wa ter and the Diseaz'i it Cures 1ts Pic t uresque Seenerv. This place has become famous I] not only this country but in Europe and foreign cou- es, as a great fountain of health. Tlis place was originally and first discovered by the Iudians, who recognized its heali properties and wcre accustomed to bring their sick here for recuperatiou. I thought that it might be interest ing to those who, like myself. knew but little about the place, to give a I brief sketch of its history. Let ine begin by noticing in the first pice its LOCATIO.N. Glenn Springs is located in the county of Spartanburg, about twelve , miles from the city of Spartanburg. The climate is good, being a high, !iI?'v contry. W- rccr-ive the fresh air early and late. The scenery is rather picturesque, presenting to the eye almost a moustaiinous range of hills, beautiried by the deep, thick Forest and natnre's art. vad interlined a with the low, green valleys and mead ows which bind the hills together ii unbroken chains. From the summits of these hills may be seen far off in a the distance towns and villages. while all along the meadows numerous cat tle may be seen grazing, which ofteni makes the stock-raiser long for the :well-watered plains of Sodom." C S, ITS DISCOVERY. I quote from a small tract which bappencd to fall into my hands: "Let t be remembered that at the time of ts discovery, this place was a deep, anbroken forest, the home of the leer and buffalo, and if inhabited at all, by the Indians. Hence, the first ettlers of this back woods of South Darolina found this spot to be only a guag-mire, and known to the.Indians as a 'deerlick.' " It was noticed by them also that b the cows loved to lounge around this P place and lap the water that settled ere and there amid the black mud in little pools. From the peculiar smell pervading the mud it came to be designated as "Sulphur Swamp." I This section of country then be onged to North Carolina, and was in Mecklenburg county. For many C years after the State lines were estab lished it was known as the "New Ac- A quisition." Later on it took the ame of 'Ninety-Six District," but inally the quag-mire fell into the B lower edge of a county laid off and named Spartanburg. A A long, dry spell of weather in 1SOO or thereabouts dried up the "Sulphur Swamp," and revealed at J its edge a clear, running spring. A family living near discovered that the water in this spring had a queer I taste aud curdled when soap was put into it, yet they persisted in it~s use. The solid tract of land then compris- ~ ing a thousand acres, on which the spring is situated, was solcI early in 'j the century for three hundred dol lars. An old Baptist preacher by the ~ name' of Johnson thought himself ortunate in .getting that amount, [you see when the Lord gives a 3 preacher anything he won't keep it.) , [n 1825 Mr. James P. Means sold the tract of land, then reduced to less , than five hundred acres, to Mr. John B. Glenn for the sum of eight hun- ~ dred dollars. Mr. Glenn at once en-y arged the house and opened an "inn" for the traveling public, the sick, etc. c From this time forth the spring iook - its name and has since been indefi- e nitely known as Glenn's Springs. In 1846 a charter was obtained formu-- e lating a joint stock company, known ~ as the "Glenn Springs Company," with Dr. Maurice A. Moore,- presi-a dent. This stock company bought the spring and land from Mr. Glenn paying him fifteen thousand dollars for the same, and at once erected a hotel. From this stock company it passed from hand to hand until owned by the present company, the i "Simpson Brothers & Sisters." THE DISEASES IT wILL CURE. C The first case of sickness ever cured by the Glenn Springs water was a o case of hopeless dropsy, or given up ~ as hopeless by the physicians. The second was a severe case of heart disease when all the scientiie a physicians~ advised the sick to return home and prepare for a speedy death. Returning to South Carolina from Philadelphia, he came to this Spring and here expected to die, but soon found himself almost entirely well. Remaining for some months he be-! came perfectly sound and well. This! water has in the past cuiedi a long' lt of diseases such as dysp)epsia, lier com.plaint, chronie heptatitis, jaundice, torpor of liver, and general debility following upon malarial dis-d eases, dropsy, diarrhox.a, dysentery, constipation, hemorrihoids, uterine, renal and cystic diseases, rheumatism and a number of diseases peculiar to r women. But where anyone has be come a confirmed consumptive, he is advised not to use this water. I This water has become so widely known as posessing medicinal proper ties, and so many afflieted people have been led to see its value that the work of shipping the water to those who cannot come requires one man's attention. 'Jr. Paul Simpsov, one of the proprietors, gives his en tire attention to the shipping and! collecting ofi money for the wvater. We see wagon loads being sent oir every day to all parts of South Cao lina and Georgia, Tennessee and' North Carolina, and we are informedt that large shipm'e 'ts have been made ' to Europe. From all who use this water comes testinaa'niais of its power to cure certain di e. s. One of th bes'i t thng p)ossily thti the water does is to take from a man who has been accnstomedt to strong drink, the desire for mnore. In tis line it has been called a 'Keeley In stitute," thoug~h fa surpuasses Keele to my mind. If I am to believ e what people here tell mec it is just im possible for a mn to' drink whiskey and Gilenn Spring~s water. They~ no not mix. "hence, for ev curse God I has prepared a blessing, and for ever poison an antidote. The conveni'ence for reaching Glenn Springs is all that you could wish. The Glenn Springs railroad,i owned by the prioprietors of the springs, leaves Spartanburg about half-past three, having waited until all the tra'ns have passed, and then briug- the passengers to the spr.ll, where %amplo accommoda awaits them AuoV 1:! l0.e-~n at 9:10 a. : i at2 be iere at 4 :0 W,: time, i 'itr :4' l Jiv m iu e- St V is ! ! r:-oin 1:! t 1 . gaid tom) tta.I fron11 :nyX wiiir t!:C S.).( p ~ieri dl, at. hol,-' le of rli is iC .e. nd' Ir arteac S, Cex... ofn ths ioe -re !: v r :1,!e c h . rd z exte re ay Li , t a -1c 'e wis who my011 eSo ell rous as to a:niuk of u kn fro .fyic iouS, Und who peple ariiten us wori s f chee r a L.(I crimfO It. Mlay (3oJ aess them na. Glenn prinrs, Aur. 7, 1.0,ndm iMi litie o ih n 117s-. -: d o 'as, tak.'ti vry %ii' i Ix. wI. s t cI- ai : h h t 1o: are hei w r ::nd c m tothis' plie. a!: InlUprO~v~'". vi' V 'ov. . . .. .i . eStent mid s:- reai o the aye it savenl 'his wh hv been o en rs as itoIv hik iof usrL I ur aflii-v verv one in the oale ro not us. ows N.oss ith als I a. Mr' r na . , t , 'rliamnvilic. Ma"ri CO. VF(irar For ', iw by E. B3. J p.e' the Go OrIZ CO-UNT'Y C11ATT1:M..1\ CI.ARI::;ac'N COUN'TY. l ., Agu 1800. p ointed 1-y the CozV;' nn , 'c ' \ ei ve Coinimttce m t 'i v:: , e h elId A it c-~'".a n nd ri-aary t r l '.ei- 1 o Id : . a cvisd rrto v e 1:be:: 'e . ChovQ:skrr. olls OpCUf:o:' 'a. t' M.~COfl-J .1 N'" L II'. J rsingtr. (;IDarenr.on - .NVi 1i D :'' " I Ba: ,al.-t roS.; Cst rove. oadcraduall prhcoee, and is a )-:: Joel ste bm-. Doctor Swawp 1 eicS ahr J Haley. Donglas- -W J TU-beci".Lv. A .J Kick. lonzo Swith. Foresto-Moltrie. Oliver. ' L pagnal E Cheseut. i Foreston Reforrn--C 'T Ridge'way, .J TH t arnes S Jo ldno-o Fork- A D McFadin. Elwvn ari, I S Brnnson.I' Fulton-D P Lide, A L 2hrkc'tt, H B31 icharmison, Jr. . G Plowden. Jorda- Y,' C:ark, R a nlowdezI . prott. Manning Ts ugusi -, T. oitdby~,- th Coa .ty Brrowil. :HeJ beheldr Auut2,1Iai3 o i- en Niseu fTo::- 6 a. m. o -1 . W Iu.:rv rarinon. ClaendZon- W T Lanoue. W M DBead m, Goel enbow. JIaler. PFier THT oliet Dogls-- J*ureiieA J ie osto? AN for.- T) Ridgea, J H t Fulr'to- -. Lide A Losrrkett, H3 Be s iardone. I Jordn-Jy . WI Ciarkw R C Pldnal. C prot. Oang h Farmners o'aec claouW T~l Alidway~-- .ho bPayehrdy J LBarow Ha J uheeler. byte1aae oln o h ~r New Towna--- ? theWoriar is to Cry W arroineau.tebx ilge n dl New in -We Ent Lapnerl on wa Bard, Pana-- 1rFairey, J HouT Coulirntt, C Sec. LCorCotn. Sive O.W'Fldr D i.ll onyJ! all's -aar ue Sumeto - WHEW Coskrey, WTElees,0 Oneo the unners, havmeac clubn will hen for the laxst Thuyrs, 2anhdy ori ugust ad hfpinncill ofte clubsrr ust an obinto cefe boieyo their . ub olls by theLDaNager coingA fotelt-' : il' onedolar for his service antheaixJ rtin dctlyn for the bodil get monesol eare t eurnigthe bco ll getn ollarc dtncent per mtle ole wa D.n.i. istn.aM A. J. Rienroc' Cut' hara. Sec.'''' Com".~ I Wecoida~ the nderined hav 'know F. J.' heney fthe last 15 yees, an belv imercly andoraled~t i all bshall. e ransctions and fnancilyale toi carry u4t n obligail ae wit the fir capeGST &iTn AXigt MaeabDuidet, oulto th. WALDING,' IAN uppoAt-e H(l'uarht ate isr akeintemsally, et ing direir uponget the ndmcous> ycirnrfacesaof the esitimo tset ee.utice 75.1 pelttl e SoltlO all Fo onn Co" Co1:." i DMCt.Kie l'(m CiII C Cis~: Corm. ) C . Mamn. a ?. A u;.; :1 19 . ia acorpline with the rleOs'i adop d y the.Dmoraie Exeublished iom Late wiipae tae wnoti'ce i he Cniavte fOi tei~ enera .\te fo n' d'uiav i whevious to t (pmary .A'ht Aug. O5c fleCL' wit th chaiir-tt 'a ftecut excttv comm~riit ees a.pledg in01 wrtig to abd h esu'lt oft 'rimary and 'upor th -' om ies r~ of th part. . 11't"i'fr 2.Candid" tfor noinatio shll A y' charm. pay "thea l'rta ofthe Reuiae cobuenittue aeossmentt''s R" Clsr Tofle Cure .h..... ene 0 -RensTaresntuies faue""'e r I . ? r% f j', 33 v I - 1 I : .e : :ml L! m e.. :s e Od undeVlo-n"d c r ra like the United States. 1 I itd hu h en i o7r 'Count ee'ernih hav nI n IT iwtiC Sf r i .. --y Dusl i .re ut: no s.s cearv a:.oe boar r w.r 'j1 'p,-r and Sanr', in se - cc, for "nvo" tlr narce lha tha ever hadt as prosperous~ ween 186-% 187mo and y '''- OLO .ic-n us mu i irenu -2 tio ban s, wilw 'r a 0ar more'P rno2' ;l)s.r ~rs on, stores ami othcl t Is ea and? Befor the Soat , - !aft bue in r th;:iicne . cr'l USO he national tha hre was ,)er All~ wilhge ~ha m w~ een p4ad 1873 and.i loerno aurdne tea as much aC he' or~so toreS and othcex i1. ha was' theSercnt aoe circltin dar th nd o th Bore te rofhern Shtest wii adj beni (e"lin ue -mn t ue bet3 tata mot'c~v anherea acper neludein the73 bnds 'which hav-n ffgc been paid oucebyothorgovernment ourreic ng the peiople.htbt he rAt itact to wht J.l '27. it s the amou~nt per :rpita circulationadtettlwnan Abe u:ry':ir~aeis~2 ~u Terctwassabut ieinrmre to aai 2e ircaioer botrS. 28. What is the persnt framti b 'onmaionsye aet nFac niWen learth i w~a Esima trg opraulatin andtee olars te zertio i'bot *i to4 utifw deduc7 the mony :'th eserves ~' in th e bas(wic havo fract upthe priesofcomoiti 27.Wha is th prs -yercpt Ui ccu'C'fol. 28. What7d.w' la'crocte Welea that while .. av - -c' " IC ,-1" 17 7 (ouInC t neotr' ouica enue w --1. 3. e a l n e . s e. 2W. W ll n " '." LJe. enefi theS ;i re Jd j7~ (I01 (7,e . 7r ve. " ier Ii. .''li . .. ..L.1 . . rom ote con-ro V} bey 1:: ( . B!Iamped 7 1''(17'tO r dereas iut the jvohu"'a i .t ae no::hprice. of ommot in ana W ut are -e e u es-their '.e *ton 1 iotll IL, - - uthc rn' 0f 1:v ers! OFricx (' oF~cvisontS OF REGIS-) 'lION "-fiR CLARENDON COUNTY. rrBE 13OOKS FO)I THE REGIS -2trat-lo or voter will- loe? opened corrt I -s in Minning. Mon day Apil h, ::Man continue Al ?eE-ien who h ave been ,)mt f .o- Stat wo v.-4) rs and it: for 'o::r mo1n.- :,li imve pald 't h eir poll ont., r uto an elec tio) , a ,i .. .. 71: t labo2rinu' under au he - i nienrioned in hh ecan read or - h,::unstitutionl, are -:.... .':d beCOIe elec -1 be again opened l *zays in .une. July, -:eptelmlber and kept u eachl th ant d Oe the general clec i1 be closed: but eit of a'e durin.g the in -t, not oth'rwise disquali be registered before the - csed. ns registred. on or before t S will be qualified Ie une thev subse - hol(uld be dis uualified on ac - ther provilions of w ecOU :2. .e. . T. WORISHA.. . i E.G . - eis tra iO, T.9 :the tIiu: .or 1-A I -;z ',!trt- stol;.e old ati AC-Z2U&XlT COSTY T<>AMAE CI ''2M Da (LL: 'DS. Ou; 5:. La:- VIATS all ZIILLANI '~aa thec ZladIes >o w:-!! thC '.- heit. be foced have r~t n eve broughn 1?-" :u'st delIcate StyishI Patterns. We want tihe ladies to see our goods 'o atppreciate thein. Mrs.' H. D). RitT is an expert Mili KEF." UP WITH THEVORLD) OF FASHION 2UYIi YOUR .?liLINERtY ......... RuM~ 4J.2 - 4 -1 1 - a; ways W-rthan else-I -...r.y.v n 9. 232 MEETING STREET, CHARLESTON S. C. Wholesal> dealers in Stoves Tinwares, iiouse Furnishing Goods, Tin P!ate, Sheet !rn; Tinners' Supplies. X__ Galvanized Gutter and Rainwater Pipe in ten leet lengths. We Manufacture TOBACCO BARN FLUES and Deliver Them Freight' Prepaid to Any Sta and sizes of all the .oa...U Ba I MUe beststyles.............. Per cIval anufacturing Co. Doors, Sash and Blinds. 478 to 486 METING ST., CHARLESTON, S. C ESTABLISHED 1868. (~) - -VT. ]FOlSOM, - Sign of the Big Watch, BtI wMT R 'o =S. 0. - A BIG LINE OF Bithday, Weiiing and Christmas Presents - WATCHES, 'DIAMONDS - - Fine Sterling SilvEr Clocks, Optical Goods, Fine Knives, Scissors and Razors, Machine Nee die All repairing guaranteed. THOMAS WILSON, R. E. JAQUES,. JOHN WILSON, Pesident. Manager. Secretary and Treasurer. The olina Grocery Company SUCCESSORS OP BOYD BROTHERS, W0'K ii8 Gio0cCS alld Co 00ilsSion Merehallts, No. 195 EAST BAY, . B~ RT.2ST laT - - . 0. TO CONSUMERS OF LAGER BEER: Th-- Vftamett Brewing Company of Charleston, S. C., have made arrangements with the Sonth Carolina State authorities, by.which they are enabled to fill orders from cons.iss for shipmcnts of beer in any quantity at the following prices: rte....... ......................... 70c per dozen Foc-r loze n tas ini crate..............................) per crate E ig . -k .... ... .........---- ---- ....... ..................$1.25 u r k . .. ..... ............................................$2.2.5 Hiaif-barrel.............................................$4.50 Exports, pints, ten dozen in barrel.................................$9.00 it wili be nc(oesca-y for corsmners or parties ordering to state that the,"beer is for private consrunpt-oa. pn e offer special rates for these shipments. This beer is -r ni eed pnrc-, made of the choicest Lops and malt, and is recommended by the medica Jtrit. S(n ou for. trial order. The Palmetto Broewing Company, Charlest , S. C. .(S. CAN, - DEALER IN Viid. ewl are. Lampns. Lamp Goods, VWoodenware, Brooms, and Tinware. Oil and Gasoline Stoves, Fly Fans, Fly Traps, Ice Cream Churns, Fruit Jars and Jelly Glasses. AGENT FOR THE HOME PRIDE COOKING STOVES AND RANGES. Big Bargains Always on the 5c. and 10c. Counters. Opera House, Opposite Court House, Sumter, S. C. The only Factory of the kind in the County. Man afacturers of T B ST 10 CENT SOCKS ON THE MARET. Everybodr solicitated to test the above statement. Con i jiS isact. we confidelntially hope for your trade. Sthe wr~es n M-anninrg now have or will have them Yalolu Knitting Mills, Alcolu, S. C. subscribe to The Manning Times. $1.50 per Year.