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Publishes All County and Town Of'
ficial Advertisements.
M.\NN ING, . l'-, -\U=- 29. 1900-.
Our New York Bargains.
We have just :ot back from New York and we
are anxious to let our patrons know what we
have in store for them.
Five thousand yards very good Calico at only
3%c per yard. by the piece.
Five thousand yards of good Colored Calico at
4 4c per yard. by the bolt.
Five thousand yards good Standard Fa-: &tl
ored Calico at 3e per yard.
A visit to our store will eev lnie .you :t Ne
have the larest. prettie.t and cht-ape-t fle of
Fine Dress Goods of any house in Manin;. and
what is better still. we can eut and1 make your
dress for you right here in the store, as we hawe
an expert dressmaker here in our employ.
A beautiful qjuality of Turkey Red Table Dam
ask at 'e: colors absolutely fast. the kind that
usually sells for 40e per yard.
White Linen Damask Table Cloths with Doy
lies to match.
An inspection of our stock of Linen Huck
Towels and Damask Towels and White Linen
Doylies is the largest and cheapest ever shown
in this town.
A beautiful line of Fancy Chenille and Tapes
try Table Covers: also a beautiful line of Che
nile and Tapestry Portiers.
Ladies. if you favor us with a visit I think we
can convince you that we carry the largest.
cheapest and best selected stock of Dry Goods
of any house in this town.
Oh. our Miss Copped^e will be back from New
York in a few days with the largest and most
stylish line of Millinery of any house in this
Notice is hereby given that no advertise
ments will be changed in this paper where
the copy is brought in later than Saturday
The dispensary was closed yesterday.
How about a Lemon Phosphate now
at Brockinton's Fount.
The cotton crop of this county is
fully one-half short.
Grape Juice deliciously refreshing at
Brockinton's Soda Fount.
Hon. L. M. Ragin of Columbia is vis
iting friends at Summerton.
Brockinton's Soda Water, Bright,
sparkling, cold and refreshing.
The Connor Mounted Rifles will have
a drill at Packsville next Saturday.
Soda Water. cold as it ought to be,
and sweet as you like it at Brockinton's.
Editor H. G. Osteen of the Sumter
Item spent last Saturday in Manning.
Died last Sunday at her home near
New ZionMrs. Viola B. Lee.aged about
21 years.
Write Dr. C. J. Moffett, St. Louis,
Mo., for his valuable little TEETHINA
Wash-List Book. free. [it
The summer swallows are returnino
home from the mountains, Springs and
2400 Matchedwarranted to strike at
12 ets. a package. The R. B. Loryea
Drug Store.
There will be preaching at Fellow
ship church next Sunday morning at
11 a. m. and 5 p. mn.: Sunday school at
4 p. m.
Extra Buggy Shafts, Buggy Poles
and Wagon Shafts, painted in different
colors. Legg & Hutchinson.
There was a considerable activity in
Manning last Monday. principally
among those who had private business
with candidates.
Pure Apple Vinegar. Pure White
Wine Vinegar. The RI. B. Loryea
Drug Store.
Mr. I. C. Stockton, a government of
ficer in the pension department spent
several days in Manning looking after
certain pension claims.
Smoking Tobacco by the pound, ex
cellent quality. The R. B. Loryea
Drug Store.
There was a tremendous crowd of col
ored people in town last Sunday in at
tendance upon the Sunday school con
vention at the A. M. E. church.
Finest Buggies on earth. A car load
of the Anchor now on the way. Legg
& Hutchinson.
Died at Bishopville 23rd. inst., Capt.
Y. N. Butler aged 69 years. The de
ceased was once a prominent citizen of
Clarendon and for many years lived in
this town.
-Woods celebrated Turnip Seed, all
varities, tested and tried. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
Mr. H. Hirshman of New York has
rented the store, formerly occupied by
the Manning Grocery Co., and will open
up a generaistore. His goods eare now~
in the depot.
For Summerville, Columbia and Sunm
ter Brick, go to Legg & Hutchinson.
They have sold forty car loads this sea
Clerk of Court J. H. Timmons, while
engaged in drawing a book from a rec
ord ease on last Monday, was struck
with a pain in the back which caused
him considerable alarm.
All the latest war and political new:
in the New York Journal, at 2 cents
cop. Sunday edition 6c. The R. B.
L6r.yea Drug Store.
Mr. H. Hirschmann is opening up:e
dry goods and clothing store on Tmi
MANNING TIMES block, in the building
formerlv-occupied by the Manning Gro
cery Co. Look for his ad. next week.
If you wish to see the largest lot ani
the prettiest line of Men's, Boys' anc
Misses' Riding Saddles, go to Legg d
The second primary comes orY .Tues
da 11th, day of September. It is im
portant that every voter turn out an<
vote on that day, as it will be the figh1
to decide the election.
There may be as good but we doub
it. International Stock Food for horses
cows, hogs. poultry. Highest count:
testimoials. The R. B. LoAryea Drug
\r. RI. R. Harvin of Tadmor Texas
a ~rother of Mr. T. IH. Harvmn of Pane
a after a visit to his brother, passe<
through Manning on his way home
While here he made this ottice an ap
preciative call.
It is rood. no trouble to sell it. Thre
car loads of the Anchor Brand Lim
sold in the last sixty days. Legg
On last Friday while hauling an en
gine on Mr. E. P. Geddings' wagon
Sharer convers, colored, fell from th
wagon between Rimini and Clarendoi
and the heavily loaded wagon ran ovec
and killed him.
A lot of the Russell One-Horse Wag
ons just arrived: best on the market
lowest mn price. Have been selhin;
them for years and never heard of on
that did not give satisfaction. Legg
Maried last Sunday morning by .Rev
W. A. Pitts, at the h'ome of the bride
p arent. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mitchuml
near Jordan. Mr. Will Wood of Colum
ia and Miss Olivia G. Mitchum. Thi
W. B. Dickson begs to say to his
friends of Clarenden and adjoining
counties, that he has accepted a po'i
tion with Mr. S. A. Rigby and would
be pleased to have them give him a call
when ever they come to Manning.
"There is no friend like a _,ood
book." Novels in cloth editiosi at 19c
worth 25e. Novels in paper editions at
5c, 10. 15c. Boys' and girls' hooks.
poets. The 1I. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Died at the home of Mr. C. F. Raw
linson near Manning today. 29th inst.,
Ir. J. K. Smith. aged 2. years. The
deceased represented C. H. Robinson
& Co., book dealers. Charlotte,. N. C.
The deceased was taken to his home at
Clinton N. C.
Legg & Hutchinson will buy Cotton
Seed this season. paying the highest
market price at all times. When you
wish to sell come and see us.
Miss Annie Burgess, a daughter of
Mr. .1. H. Burgess. of Jordan, and Miss
Katie Plowden. a daughter of Mr. H.
D. Piowden of Manning, and Miss
Chewning of St. Paul were the success
ful applicants for the scholarships at
Winthrop college.
You will never find any other pills so
prompt and so pleasant as DeWitt's Lit
tle Early Risers. The R. B. Loryea
Drug Store. Isaac \1. Loryea. Prop.
The election went ott quietly here
vesterdav: the friends of the candidates
'were steadily pulling for votes from the
opening to the closing of the polls,
without. any friction or bad feeling.
Owing to the large vote cast in the
Farmers' Platform club it was after ten
o'clock last night before the managers
finished counting the votes.
One hundred sets of Single and Dou
ble Harness arrived this week: also a
full stock of every piece of a set of har
ness which we will sell separately.
Legg & Hutchinson.
On last Friday there was a union
Sunday school picnic at Cole's Mill, at
which it is said there was an attendance
of about 1,000, and again on Saturday
there was a political meeting at which
the congressional candidates were pres
ent and made speeches. The attend
ance at this meeting was about ;5 per
sons. including some of the county can
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store have
secured the services of Mr. J. E. Arant
Ph.G., a graduate of Pharmacy de
partment of the South Carolina Medical
College at Charleston. Mr. Arant was
formerly in the employ of Dr. T. G.
Wannamaker. Orangeburg, and comes
with the highest testimonials as to
skill and attention in filling prescrip
Mr. S. I. Till has returned from New
York. where he has been purchasing a
large stock of goods for this season's
business. He will occupy the "yellow
front" which he helped to make fa
mous. Mr. Till begs us to say to the
public that they will hear from him
through the columns of THE TIMES,
but it is impossible for him to say any
thing this week, his time being fully
taken up with opening goods. Look
out for Till next week.
Mothers endorse it. children like it.
old folks use it. We refer to One Min
ute Cough Cure. It will quickly cure
all throat and lung troubles. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea.
To find out that Jenkinson has re
turned from the Northern markets one
need only to go into his store and see
the tremendous pile of goods that he is
opening up. Jenkinson says that his
stock this season cannot be excelled
anywhere, and it was bought to sell.
He is doing business single handed and
alone, but notwithstanding that fact,
he is prepared to defy the competition
of combines. As soon as he can get his
goods opened up he will issue an ad
dress to the people.
It will surprise you to experience the
benefit obtained by using the dainty
and famous little pills known as De
Witt's Little Early Risers. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea,
Through the carelessness of a little
negro boy in the employ of Capt. I. I.
Bagnal a serious accident would have
happened had it not been that it was
daytime and a' crowd reached the spot
in time. T'e b oy took asbes'from the
stove in the kitchen and dumped them
behind a little house used for storing
purposes. A pile of trash being near,
became ignited and this set fire to the
house. In a few minutes the flames
were issuing out of the top, and had it
not been for the quick work done the
dwelling would have burned. Captain
Bagnal was not at home at the time.
The quicker you stop a cough or cold
the less danger there will be of fatal
lung trouble. One Minute Cough Cure
is the only harmless remedy that gives
immediate results. You will like it.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac MI.
Loryea, Prop.
The MIanning Oil Mill and Illumina
tino' Co. begs to state that their ginnery
wilY be open for custom from Sept. 1st
or earlier and that they are in position
to give prompt service with the best
machinery that has been produced for
cleaning and ginning cotton to date. If
your cotton is dirty, bring it to them
and they will improve the sample from
5 to 20points.
Their terms are one dollar per bale
of 550 lbs. or fraction thereof; a charge
of .30c. per hundred or fraction thereof
on bales exceeding 550) lbs. in weight.
Very truly yours,
1001 Bushels Seed Rye for sale. Leigg
& Hutchinson.
The wolf in the fable put on sheep's
clothing because if he traveled on his
own reputation he couldn't accomplish
his purpose. Counterfeiters of De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve couldn't sell
their worthless salves on their merits,
so they put them in boxes and wrapperi
like DeWitt's. Look out for them.
Take only DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
It cures piles and all skin diseases. The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac MI. Lor
ea, P'rot.
Life is mostly made up of praying fom
rain and then wishing it would clear
off. __ __ _ _
A Minister's Good Work.
-I had a severe attack of bilious colic. got
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Di ar
rhoea Remedy. took two doses and was entirel3
eur." says Rev. A. A. Power of Emporia.Kan
-My neighbor across the street was sick to:
over a week. had two or three bottles of medi
ine irom the doctor. He used them for three
or four day s without relie*. then called in an
Iother doc tor who treated him for some days and
gae him no relief, so discharged him. I wen
oer to 'see him the next morning. He said hi:
boes w'ere in a terrible 11x. that they hat
been ru~nning off so lonr that it was almos|
boodv tiux. I asked him if he had tried Chanm
berain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Reined:
and he said. -No.' I went home and broug~h
him my bottle and gave him one dose: told him
to taike another dose in fifteen or twenty mmn
utes if he did not aind relief. but he took n<
more an'd was entirely cured." For sale by thi
R B. Loryea Drug Store.Isaac M. Loryea. Prop
It ishard for anybody else to pleas<
rthe man w'ho is well pleased with him
-C hinese are dangerous enemies. foi
Sthe' are treacherous. That's why al:
counterfeits of DeWitt's Witch Haze:
Salve ar e dangerous. They look likE
De\\itt's but instead of the all-healing
w itch hazel they all contain ingredientr
liable to irritate the skin and causE
Sblood poisoning. For piles. injurie:
and skin diseases use the original anc
genuine DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
IThe R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaae M
T yea. Prop.
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M. B. McSweeney.
Jas. A. Hoyt.
F. B. Gary.
A. H. Patterson.
G. W. Whitman.
John T. Sloan.
C. L. Blease.
C. L. Winkler.
Knox Livingston.
J. H. Tillman.
M. R. Cooper. Se
G. D. Bellinger. Gen l
W.H. Timmerman
R. H. Jennings.
J. P. Derham.
N. V. Brooker. -e
J. J. McMahan.
Ellison Capers. Jr 12
J. W. Floyd. -
(eo. D. Rouse. -
W. D. Evans.
J. H. Wharton.
B. B. Evans. I
W. D. Mayfield. -
J. E. Pettigrew.
Thos. N. Berry. =
J. G. Etheredge.
James Norton.
J. E. Ellerbe.
Jno. S. Wilson. itor.
I. M. Woods.
D. J..Bradhamn.
T. B. Owen.
Geo. R. Jones. i
W. J. Turbeville.
M. C. Galinchat.
H. B. Richardson.
J. H. Timmons. ICl'rt.
J Elbert Davis.
J. H. Lesesne. j
H. L. Benbow. I
E. B. Gamble.
E. D.Hodge.
S. J. Bowman. Treas
. C. Dickson.
J. M. Strange.
W. H. Trescott. B
S. P. Holladay.
T. C. Owens.
W. H. Cole.
C. F. Jenkinson. E
J. H. Johnson.
Jeff. M. Davis. 9I
C. R. Felder.
J. J. Bragdon.
Billy Dyson.
W. T. Tobias.
R. F. Ridgeway.
W A. Brewer.
J. D. Alsbrook.
S. M. Youmnans. s
W. C. Johnson.
W. H.H. Hobbs. .
E. C. Thames.
H. P. Gibbon.
1. J. Tomlinson.
H. G. Denmis.
J. P. Turbeville. -
J. E. 1tich bourg.
A. J. Richbourg.
P. Will. Webber.
M.Graham. i
H. F. Stack. .
J. F. Richbourg. P'k'.
No Jail.
eeney, 30,377; Hoyt, 28,261;
'8;Norton, 3,981; Ellerbe, 2,
nd Woods, Sheriff, Davis
rvisor, Owens and Jenkin
Davis; Coroner, Tobias and
mens 'The ail was lost.
C~g TQ RY . Throual the ia.nLtl,.' .]~. ars :.t i
Ber.th heKid o HveAlas ug~ baby Was U-Ttfl.~ ;alil h:,-' .:::.:.1'." '..i ,
Be= he te Kid Yu Hae Alays bou wels an~d sicknesCs of the .,: Lc1L ,a'" '1'.
- gnatur'M. Holliday (r Demir. lnd. - -
Sigoudmre . li1fl !rm live to ci.:::t :" -
of _bl:id a loetl of thambrroia r t:
-+!,1 Diarrhoea remedy in thy h'-use. a:.1 .:"ve
ln our drops in a ispoonful f water lndI he
YOU Ieve' ee a harlN~tIl)i at a elhai1- lerZer at tft. Sold the 1. B. L'r.:
ty soup house. That's whec're lis v i.
t -ll g.___ Nine out (f ten men who becom
thoroughly contented, have ouitlived
In India, the land of famine, thous- thirtt ushfulne .
ands die because they cannot obtain
food. In America, the land of plenty, It Saves the Children.
many suffer and die because they can- Chamberlain-s Cough Rmedv htas saved the
not digest the foot they eat. Kodol livesof thousands of eapi children. ft is also
Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat. without an equal for colds and whoopin: cough.
It instantly relieves and radically cures For sale by the R. B. Loryea Drug store. Isaac
all stomech troubles. The R. B. Lor- . Loryca. Propr. jjanlav
yea Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea. Prop. It hurts almost any man a little to see
-- - I another man marry a right pretty ir.i.
Whenever a man makes a good guess.
he begiins to talk about his good judge- Can You Tell Why
ment. You have constant headaches. are nervous and
sleepless at night and feel tired in the norrin~r?
Your bloed isn't carrying the right materials to
Now Is THE SEASON when the small boy tills y-our nerves and e~ther orsans. Begin takinag
himself with green fruit, which invariably leads Hoods arsaparilla. the great blocd enricher.
to cramps. diarrhma or dysentery. If parent- and you will soon realize a change. You Will
are prudent. they will have a bottle of PAIN- feel better and stronger. will relish your food
KILLER. ready for such summer emergences. and enjoy refreshing sleep.
Avoid substitutes. there is but one Pain-Killer. N
Perry Davis'. Price 25c. and &k). Nausea. indigestion are cured by Hood>. Pills.
". Rigby.
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SaselrWomen's fn rd Dongola Shoes, Lace and Buttont 1e 99c
$1.our pr e ........... .----------------.-. -----'
Women's high grade Shoes. with Vesting Top and Natural Leather, 2.00
worth $2.50, our price.............. . .....--all----- the -- --
Our line of the famous "Julia Marlowe" Ladies' Shoes, mi llth
daintiest styles of toes. Lace and Button, at....-.
*They are the swellest things in Ladies' fine foot dress to be found in Claren
don or anywhere else this season.
A most complete line of Children's and Misses' School and Dress Shoes at un
precedented low prices. We will tell you of them later.
We are handling the full line of Hamilton's Brown Shoes for Men. To wear
them once is to wear them always. Our Men's Hamilton Brown Shoes at
$2.50 for Men are better than you pay $3 for of any other bi'ands. Every
pair warranted.
FINE DRY GOODS arriving daily and we are putting a MIGHTY LOW
PRICE on everything.
Olcd Reliable
S. A. RIRI'bv.
In this section of South Carolina invites all FARMERS to (call
in when they are in need of
Fancy and Hleavy Groceries.
We are the pioneer's on Low Prices and gruarantee ever'y ar'ti
-l we sell.
We have so many bargains to otder you till we c'an't enumerate
them. C'omen and be convinced.
Your's tr'uly,
The Percival Manufacturing Comlpany!
MEETING ST., near Line, - CI4ARLESTON, S. C.
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Mantels, Turning,
Moulding, Scroll Work, Stair Work,
And every description of house--tinishming wvood work.
We are prepar'ed to compete with any establishmenit in the United States in
prices and quality of work. Get an estimate from us beftore pturchiasinig else
-c--. Wirm Sa-e ,urieY By It.
I CW_ areNowReadylorBusilles.I
C. M. Davis & Co.1
Brand New Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Caps and
Gent's Furnishings,
And ii Quality and Low Prices will help us to sell our goods, we are
; sure to do some business with the people of Clarendon this year. ,,,
: A better bought stock of goods has never been brought to this
town. Jr. Gerald. the manager and junior partner of the business, .
C visited the Northern markets and spared no effort in selecting and .
C buying his goods. Are they cheap? We don't ask you to take our .
ord for it. but come and see for yourself.
We are sole agents for the DREW. SELBY & CO. line of LA- .
DIES' FINE SHOES. none better. We guarantee every pair of them. :
If they do not give perfect satisfaction your money will be refunded. -
6 - FOR MEN.
a-" 00~i,*
Sold only by
a C. M. DAVIS & CO.' S .
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Our Columbia line of Shoes for Men and Boys' are stunners. for
1.5). guranteed solid leather.
- See our Volunteer Shoe for $1.25. it is a good one. -
C Out line of heavy Footwear is just a step- ahead of anything in
town. We are not boasting. but come and be convinced.
a - We are not in business for a few days and. like a shadow, vanish
away. but we are here to stay. and we mean to do business on busi
nes principles, and if we cannot sell our goods without idle boasting
"- and misrepresentation. then let us close our doors.
When we guarantee an article we mean just what we say. If our
- goods are not as we represent them your money will be refunded.
Our Clothing
Is all of the very best make. We are sole agents for the VITAL
BRAND CLOTHING. Ask to see the Skeleton Coat so you may see
just how it is made.
W We carry several special brands of Children's Clothing that you
will do well to see before buying. We have a large bargain in Boys'
Knee Pants, price from 25c a pair up.
s For thirty days we will offer a fine $1 Negligee Shirt with two
o collars and cuffs, for 75c. Come and aet one before they are all gone. -
ow WE DO NO CREDIT BUSINESS AT ALL, and by selling .
Sstrictly for cash we can make our profits small.
5 C.M. DAVIS &CO.,
SOpp. Court House, ,- MANNING, S. C;
We have just 1-eturned from New York* and Bltimore, where
e have spent the last two weeks picking up bargains, and all we
wish to say to our friends if they wish to buy goods cheap - our.
store is the place to come. It will do you no harm to come and see
>urgoods and get our prices.
By the Wholesale.
We wish to say just one word to those who need goods for
their commissaries or who intend to open stores in the country.
t will pay you to see our stock before buying elsewhere, for we
have large lots of goods picked up af bargains, just the things you
need and you can get them here just as cheap as you can buy them
n Charleston and save the expense of going down there and save
the freight on your goods. You come and see us and we guaran
tee you will be'lieased with the bargains we have to offer you.
Now a Word to the Retail Trade.
Our stock of Dry Goods and Ladies' Fine Dress Goods this fall
will be the largest and most complete that was ever offered in
this town and inspection of our Dry Goods department will prove
this fact.
Our Shoe Departimenlt
Is replete in every detail and it is a fact that goes without saying
that Jenkinson's goods give satisfaction. You all will remember
that famous line of H. C. GODMAN BLACK BOTTOM SHOES
for Ladies' and Children--every pair warranted. You know you
bought them last winter for yourselves and children and you know
how they lasted you. When you want Shoes that will give you
satisfactory wear, go to the Jenkinson Dry Goods Store.
Our Clothing Department
Will be up-to-date in every respect and prices will be put down at
the lowest. When you need a nice Suit or a Pair of Pants for
yourself or boys, comle to the Jenkinson Dry Goods Store you will
be treated right. You will be surprised to see the splendid bar
gains we have to offer in Clothing.
Our Millinery Departmfent.
We left our Miss Coppedge in the Northern markets buying
>ur fall and winter Millinery and when she comes back it will do
you ladies good to look at her Hats and the nice things she will
bring with her. It is no use for us to dwell too long on this de
partment, for all the ladies know too well of the ability of our Miss
Coppedge. that she is a true artist in her line.
In Concusnl
W e wish to thank our many, many fr iendsusot the splen
(lid par onge they hav e always 'sxe n us. nd hepatw
and tie contidence they hae r eotmua iltn in n o
as we areL about to pas th e sex nnelo backsto sin
ourrmercantoleurareall an humble beginning our heart
sells with thankrsml an grtitude for the confidence and
swsupto frithhnds aveoavishly bestowed upon us.
suot istu wen ewrked very hard ourselves, but what
woul ur labo haveounted to had it not been sustained
by th earty co.operation of our many [email protected]
F-ens wea~ihank vou for the splendid support you have -
Frind, el gai in the past and we can only trust that our con
n.ue ili always be such as to merit the confidence of
our fieLnds a the y ears go by.

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