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ficial Advertisements. : MANNING, S. C., JUNE 25, 1902. I] Trunks and Bags. If you need a nice Trunk for your summer trip to the moun tains, this is the place to get it, as we have just received the largest line ever shown in this town. Also a nice line of Dress Suit Cases, from $1.50 to $10. A fine line of Hand Satchels, from 50c to $3. We have a beautiful line of s Negligee Shirts, for 50c. 75c and $1. As the season is almost over, E we are offering our entire c Clothing stock at very low prices. Young men, if you need a White or Fancy Vest, call and see our line, from 50c to $3. Yours truly, W. E. JENKINSON. Advertisers will please re- 1 member that copy for a c change of ad. MST be in this office by Saturday Noon in order to insure publication the following week. Manning Street Car Schedule. Leave Central Hotel corner 9:00 a. m. and 6:25 p. m. for the passenger trains, and the car will N also meet the freight trains. Arrangements E have been made with the agent at depot to tele phone when freight trains are approaching Manning. Fare. 10 cents each war. S. I. Till's, next door to Rigby's. Mr. Claud Lesesne of Sumter spent last Sunday in Manning. Died last Wednesday afternoon, Mr. f Hiram M. Andress, aged about 78 years. If! Read advertisement in another column. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Mr. J. L. Wilson and family left yes terday for a visit to relatives in Society Hill. Several went from here to Sumter this morning to attend the firemen's a tournament. C. M. Davis & Co., have- moved into their handsome store, which has just been completed. Mr. Max Krasnoff is now enjoying a vacation at the north, before making hisastock purchases. Tobacco Barn Flues, made up and c ready for delivery, at low prices. Man- e ning Hardware Company. [46-2t t Mrs. E. C. Alsbrook and her childrent left yesterday to attend the summer school at Knoxville, Tenn.c The patrqus of The Manning Grocery Co., can getdox River Butter and full Cream Cheese on ice at all times. One of the sobolarsiof Vanderbilt University b~~nawarded Mr. G. T. Pugh and will lose him. s Capt. W. N. Royall, a nephew of Mr.a J. W. McLeod, has been promoted to general superintendent Atlantic Coastr Line.c P 'sdn ' Elder Kilgo preached in the Methdit church last Sunday anoning, and the Presbyterian Sunday evening. The coronation of King Edward has been postponed indefinitely on account of his sudden illness, which is likely to prove fatal. Full strength: Powdered Allspice, Cloves, Tumeric, Mace, Cinnamon, Black and Red Pepper, Ginger. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Mr. John D. Corbett sold a barn ofc sand lugs at the People's warehouse to day for an average of 6c, the earliest ever sold on this market. Married at the Methodist parsonage last Sunday afternoon, by Rev. P. B.1 Wells, Mr. T. W. Hill and Miss Mary1 E. Bagnal, both of Alcomu. Full strength: Extract of Orange, Banana, Pineapple, Strawberry, Rose, Vanilla, Ginger, Lemon, Peppermint'. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. There are forty-eight different spe cies of the house fly, and each one of them uses the polished pate of the bald headed man for a skating rink. Mr. A. P. Hill of Paxville has en tered the race for County Supervisor, 1 and Hon. George R. Jones of Davis has announced for the Legislature. The editor was called away to attend a final meeting of the State Exposition Commission, which cut largely into his editorial and news work this week.1 Mr. William A. Burgess of Summer ton has accepted a lucrative position] with the Seaboard Air Line railroad at1 Portsmouth, Va. We congratulate him. Mr. L. T. Fisher of Summerton has about recovery from an attack of ty phoid fever, and we regret to learn that two of his chfldren are now strick en with it. Cooking in warm weather can be made pleasant by using a Blue Flame Stove. Call on us and see how simple they are to operate. Manning Hard ware Company. [45-4t Miss Jessie McLean is visiting -rela tives in Stanford, Ky., and will go from there to Knoxville, Tenn., where she will attend the summer school of the South for a month. Why use obsolete fruit jars, when you can obtain the latest and most ap proved designed Fruit Jar, "6the Royal "? For sale by The R. B. Lor yea Drug Store. We would recomnmend Electric Bit ters to tone up the nerves of those can didates who have not yet been able to muster up courage to plank down a V to make their wants known. Naturally we lead and consequently we have the largest line of Fruit Jar Rubbers, Self-M~elting, Self-Sealing Wax Strings, and Sealin'g Wax. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. We are sorry to he.rar that Miss Scarboro, of SummnertorL one of the be loved teachers of our local school is ill at her home with typhoid fever, A speedy recovery is sincerely hoped for. For Sale or Rent--A seven-and-a-half octave Piano, solid rosewood; in per feet order, only needs tuning: square. Will be sold cheap, as owner needs room. Address A. R. L., Manning-S. C. My littlesson had an attack of whoop ing ~cough and was threatened with pneumonia; but for Chamberlain's Cough Remedy we would have had a serious time of it. It also saved him from several severe attacks of croup. H. J. STRICKFADEN, editor World Herald, Fair Haven, Wash. For sale by Te R. B. Lorvea Drug Store, Isaac M. Toryea. Prop. Misses Pauline and Ruby illiam re at home at their grandfather's Mr I. C. McFaddin for a vacation fron heir school at lhackstone. Va.. ant >y their coming they are adding muel ife in the Harmony section. For biliousness use Chamberlain stomach and Liver Tablets. The; :leanse in stomach and regulate the iver and bowels, effecting a quick ant )ermanent cure. For sale by The I: 3. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Lor -ea, Prop The young people of Manning wil rive an entertainment in Institute Hal me week from tomorrow night. thi )ro.:eeds of which will go to the ceme ery fund. An entertaining progran s being arranged and everyone shoulk ttend. Ready to Yield. "I used DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salvt or piles and found it a certain cure.' avs S. R. Meredith, Willow Grov< )el. Operations unnecessary to cur< iles. They always yield to DeWitt's itch Hazel Salve. Cures skin dis ases, all kinds of wounds. Accept n< ounterfeits. The R. B. Loryea Drug tore. A man who is sufficiently known t< he people to be voted for to a positiot f honor, in our opinion, is wasting val able time riding about the country oliciting support, especially when thal aan never visits the people he-is solic ting unless he is seeking votes. Happy Time In Old Town. "We felt very happy," writes R. N sevill, Old To'wn, Va., *when Buck en's Arnica Salve wholly cured our aughter of a bad case ol scald head.' t delights all who use it for Cuts orns. Burns, Bruises, Boils. Ulcers ruptions. Infallible for Piles. Only S at The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Mr. Walter D. Epperson of Pinewood cho has for the last six years been trav ling with different circuses and theat ical companies. will this fall and win er go out in the capacity as advance gent for "Samuel .T. Brown Lost Chilc 'ompany," which starts from Spring ield, Vermont, about Sept. 1st. The Kind You Have Always Bought We have received from Mr. J. H. Mc Enight a very fine specimen of cured to acco of this seasons growth. and fror rhat he tells us, if no mishap occurs e will make a fine tobacco crop no1 mly in quantity but quality.. The pecimen we have is of very fine quality ,nd shows the very best of handling. Pyny-Balsam Stops the Tickling, and quicly allays ininmation in the throat. There was a jolly game of ball play d in Manning last Friday between the fanning team and a scrub nine, we d< got mean that the latter nine composec f scrubs, for it was made up of preach rs, doctors, lawyers and nearly every hing else. The game was won- by the .anning eam., only through the fair Less of Captain Willie Lewis the, urn ire. There is considerable criticisn f the impartiality of his decisions ~core 34 to 6. Of what does a bad taste in you3 aouth remind you? It indicates thai our stomach is in bad condition anc ril remind you that there is nothing o good for such a disorder as Chain erlain's Stomach and Liver Tableti fter having once used them. They leanse and invigorate the stomach anc egulate the bowels. For sale at 2; ents per box by The R. B. Loryer )rug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop. The Manning and Paxville ball teams laed a game last Thursday upon thE rounds of the latter and the Manning eam won by a score of 27 to 5. ThE own team came back doing more boast g of the kind and generous treatmen1 eceived from the people of Paxville han the victory. Our boys are proud f their record so far and they are be nning to imagine that they "are ths .nly pebbles," but when they tacklE ~axville again they will find thal inches are not always one-sided. How to Avoid Trouble. Now is the time to provide yoursel: nd family with a bottle of Chamber ai's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoet ~emedy. It is almost certain to ba ieeded before the summer is over, anc f procured now may save you a trip t< own in the night or in your busies' eason. It is every where admitted t< e the most successful medicine in us< or bowel complaints. bot~h for childrer nd adults. No family can afford to b< without it. For sale by The R. B. Lor -ea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop Charles W. Bidgood, Esq., attorne) or the Atlantic Coast Line, spent yes erday in Foreston on professional bus ness. It was his first visit there, an( c-hile waiting for a train he amuse< iimself trying to catch high balls early all of our prominent railroat >ticia'ls, when they are in town and ge ,rough with business, love to play bal nd the higher they are the greate: xertion they make to-catch them. Mr 3idgood could, if he would lay aside hi: rofession, command fine attention as : igh ball artist from the nation. Au Unsolicited Testimonial. the R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Manning. S. C. Gentlemen :-For two ycars past I have bee: :sing International Heave Cure for Coughs ana jolds in my horses and I have found that it a) rays gives speedy relief and effects a permi ment cure. Yours truly. Signed, (Rev.) G. T. G RESHAM. Mannig. S. C.. June 2. 1902. We carry constantly in stock the pro lucts of the International Food Co. onsisting of Horse and Cattle Powders NVorm Powder. Poultry Food. Coli< Aure. Louse Killer, Silver Pine Healini 31. Pheno-Chloro, the great Disinfec ant. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store sole Agents for Manning and vicinity A delightful basket of vegetable rom Mrs. J. H. McKnight, has mel owed things con.siderably at the edi :or's home. We just tell you what is act, hunting for news when therei aone, and grinding out editorials or. a 3impty stomach is as sev cre a p~unish aient as a poor mortal ought to hay inflicted upon him, no matter how grea bis sin. The only consolation we havt is the knowledge that there are su< ::oring friends who will come to ou rescue when hunger is about to do hi wvorst, were it not for this, possibl there would be times when we would h forced to get what nutriment we coul >ut of old newspapers. Free Blood Cure. We recommend Botanic Blood Balh 'B. B. B.) for- all blood troubles, such a alcers, eating sores. serofula. eczemr itching humors. pimples, boils. carbur elles, blood poison, aching bones. festem ing sores, cancer. catarrh, rheumatisnx Botanic Blood Balm cur-es all mahis nant blood or skin diseases. especiall advised for old. deep-seated cases. ] cures when all else fails. Healsever sore or pimple. stops5 all aches and p~ain by giving a healthy blood stupply. A drug stores. $l per lar-ge bottle. Ti-i treatment free by writing Dr. Gillanr Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble arid fr-e medical- advice given. Medicine sea at once, prepaid. For sale at The T' A party su-gests that the candidate who was dishing out a bear and pray i ing story on our streets last Saturday, I be advised to resa't his musty old yarn and wipe the moud off from it which has gathered upor. it as the result of old age. That same bear story caused the court martial A a soldier in the British army after the battle of Saratoga 1 during the revolutionary war, the poor fellow was charged with causing the loss of the battle by telling that same joke which this candidate is now dish ing out. It is a dead give-away, and shows that the candidate has been pre paring himself for the campaign, by I searching among his great-grand-fath ers effects for political thunder to roll over the heads of the voters. Get something new and refreshjng. Spring Fever. Spring -ever is another name for bil liovsness. It is more serious than most peple think. A torpid liver and inactive bowels mean a poisoned system. If ne,2lected, serous illness may follow t such symptoms. DeWitt's Little Early i Risers remove all danger by stimulat ing the liver, opening the bowels and cleansing the system of impurities. Safe pills. Never gripe. "I have taken DeWitt's Little Early Risers for torpid ] liver every spring for years," vrites r. M. Everly. Moundsville. W. Va. r "They do me more good than anything I have ever tried.' The R. B. Lorvea Drug Store. The editor of THE TIMES has re ceived numbers of invitations to pie nies and other pleasurable things in the s county, but so far he has not been able I to attend, and now that he is a candi date he is not in favor of candidates r spoiling the people's pleasure by car rying politics to church or Sunday school picnics. We have known candi dates to go so far as to attend funerals for the purpose of making votes, and it a is a common practice with some to go o to church meetings for that purpose: ve do not believe in such. If a man cannot attend a church meeting in a t proper spirit he would be doing better t business to stay at home, and when he e goes to a funeral with vote making his t object. the voters should repudiate hin for indecency and sacrilege. t A Real Friend. - "1 suffered from dyspepsia and indi gestion for fifteen years," says W. T. Sturdevant of Merry Oaks, N. C. "After I had tried many doctors and medicines to no avail one of my friends persuaded n me to try Kodol. It gave immediate g relief, I can eat almost anything I want now and my digestion is good. I cheer fully recommend Kodol.'b Don't try to cure stomach trouble by dieting. That t only further weakens the system. You need wholesome, strengthening food. Kodol enables you to assimilate what ] you eat by digesting it without the c stomach's aid. The R. B. Loryea Drug t Store. S Democratic Executive Committee Meeting. Headquarters County Democratic Executive Committee, -] Manning, S. C., June 23, 1902. Members of the Democratic Execu- n tive Committee will please meet at the _ Court House in AManning on Saturday, June 28b, at 10 o'clock a. m. to arrange for the coming campaign. ] By order J. ELBERT DAVIS, n County Chairman n 'A. J1. RICHBQURG, Sec. Saved From An Wwful Fate. - "iEvery body saie I had consumption," - bersburg, Pa., "I was so low after six v months of severe sickness, caused by Hay Fever and Asthma, that few thought I could get well, but I learned of the marvelous merit of Dr. King's Newv Discovery for Consump~tion, -used it, and was completely cured." For ~ desperate Throat and Lung Diseases itv is the safest cure in the world, and is t infallible for Coughs. Colds and Bron chial Affections. Guaranteed bottles 5c. and $1.00. Trial bottles free at r The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Easter in the Philippines. Easter Day in the Philippines, Such an event by custom means A walk to church, a service there, And homeward stroll with a maiden fair.C Here a d iy in the trenches spent. Where I'n: everlasting keeping Lent, By giving up what I most prefer A sight of home and a glimpse of her. Easter Day in the Philippines. An Easter dinner of bacon and beans. Lord--or in lieu of you-Uncle Sam. Give me a chance -.t some peas and Let me exchange t'.ms garb oi blue For garments cor' ect in cut and hue, , And put me in line w-ith other men, 'l On their way to church at half-past ten. 3 Easter Day in the Philippine Myv heart is hungry for othe: a I onder who in the de'ice' - L so To drive with a certain girl I kn~ow, And is she conscious I ara sitting here, Several thousand miles away., Longing for her on Easter Day? ' -EDWARD BONNEAUT CLARKE. Co. M1, 3rd Batt., 5th U. S. I., Tanauan, tBatangas. P. I.c CASTOR IA -For Tnfants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Beas the signature of Aanv a main' bank bailance would be on the'wrong side if his creditors had their due. ILeads Them All. "One M1inute Cough C'ure beats all other medicines I over tried for coughs, colds. croup and hroat and lung trou - bles. says D. Scott Curr-in of Logan ton, Pa. 'One M~inute Cough Cure is the - only absolutely safe cough remedy which acts immediately. MIothelrs . everywhere testify to the good it has. .done'their little ones. Croup is so sud den in its attacks that the doctor often SIarrives too late. It yields at once to a One ~inute Cough Cure. Pleasant to i take. Child-ren like it. Sure cure for .grip, bronchitis, coughs. The RI. B. Lorya Drug Store. A lie slips through the telephone while the truth lingers to get itself typewritten. Virulent Cancer Cured. Startling proof of a wonderful ad vance in medicine is given by -druggist G. WV. Roberts of Elizabeth. WV. Va. An old man there had long suffered with wvhat good doctors pronounced in Scurable cancer. They believed his case hopeless till he used Electric Bitters Iandl applied Bucklcen's Arnica Salve, w ~hich treatment completely cvred him. -When Electric Bitters are used to ex pel bilious, kidney and microbe poisons at the same time this salve exerts its matchless healing power, blood dis teases, skin erul:tions, ulCers and sores vanish. Bitters 50c. Salve 25c. at The 11 B. Lory eai Ding Store. Bs ste Thme Kind You Have Always Bought ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Congress. SAM A CANDIDATE FOR CONGlfF;S. from the First Congressional District (. ;outh Carolina. I pledge myself to abide the result of thi )emocratic primary: to support the n:mince: hereof: to support the political principles and >oliev of the Democratic party durin~r the tern if office for which I shall be elected, and t< cork in accord with my Democratic associates n Congress on all party questions. I respectfully ask the kind consideration an< upport of the voters of the District. GEO. S. LEGARE. r W. BACOT. WHO. FROM 1S2 CONTIN uously to the present time. has seen ser -ice and had large Legislative experience in the ,eneral Assembly of the State of South Caro ina as a Member of the House of R.presenta ives from Charleston County. and who, for the past 4 years. has held the very responsible posi ion of Chairman of the Judiciary Committee of he said House of Representatives. is and, in he Democratic Primary Election to be held on uesday. the :16th day of August, 1902, will be a andidate for nomination as the Democratic ominee for the office of Member of the House 01 tepresentatives of the Congress of the United tates from the First Congressional District 01 he State of South Carolina. which District em races the five Counties of Berkeley. Charles on, Clarendon. Colleton and Dorchester-sub et. of course, to any and all rules and regula ions of the Democratic Party of the State, re arding pled; !s and so forth. - For State Senate. ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE for the State Senate to the citizens of Clar. ndon county, holding myself subject to all the ules governing the primaries now existing or hich may hereafter be adopted. HENRY B. RICHARDSON. May 19. 1902. rO THE VOTERS OF CLARENDON COUN tv:-Some time ago I announced in THE iAcNIG TL.MES that I would not be a candi ate for any office in the coming election, and ntil very recently I had fuly intended to pur u this course. but recent developments with ersonal appeals and petitions (unsolicited on iy part) forces me to reconcieler. and I now an ounce myself a candidate' ior State Senator rom this county. subject to all the rules gov ruing the Democratic primary and the general lection and will abide the result. C. M. DAVIS. PO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS: I AM A candidate for re-election to the State Sen te. upon the platform, constitution and rules f the Democratic party. I have served in that onorable position one term and feel that I have iven the people a conscientious service. I am opposed to rings. cliques and combina ons. and if re-elected will use my best efforts resist the encroachments of monopolies that re fast making themselves manifest by the mbination of corporations. I favor a still fur icr reduction in our taxes and believe I have a aan by which Clarendon county can get her ecded improvements without an increase of ae present tax rate. Respectfully. LOUIS APPELT. For House of Representatives. HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CANDIDACY for the House of Representatives and re pectfully solicit the support of all Democratic oters of Clarendon county in the ensuing pri iary. holding myself subject to all the rules overning the same. R. S. DESCHA'MPS. ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE for member of the House of Representa ves. subject to the rules of the party. and will ppreciate the support of all Democrats. J. H: LESESNE. WILL BE A CANDIDATE FOR NOMINA -tion to the House of Representatives fron larendon County at the ensuing primary elec on and promise to abide by the result of the me. and to support the nominee at the gen ral election. GEORGE R. JONES. For County Superintendent Education. HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN didate for re-election to the office of County uperindent of Education in the coming pri iary. subject to the requirements of the Dem ratic party. L. L. WELLS. For County Auditor. "ROMISING TO ABIDE THE RESULT OF the Democratic primary, I hereby announce yself a candidate for re-election to the office County Auditor. and shall appreciate the otes of all who believe that I have discharged de duties of the offce satisfactorily. E. C. DICKSON. For County Treasurer. -ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE -for re-election to the offce of County Treas rer. acceding to the rules of the Democratic rimary. S- J- BOWMAN. For County Supervisor. HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN -didate for the ofie of County Supervisor, ibject to the rules and regulations of the Dem ratic primary. If elected I promise faithful -rk and the best service of which I am capa le. E. C. HORTON. -RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT THE VOTES -of all Democrats for the offce of County Su ervisor, promising if elected to conduct the uties of the office in a business and an impar al manner. A. P. HILL. IF 'ou are in need of Pure Drugs. Medicines, and bemicals, you will find them at hec Sign of the Golden Mfortar. IF you want your P'rescriptions filled skill 21y. carefully and with celerity you can have dem so executed at Ue Sign of the Golen Mortar. IF ou require any Patent Medicines, no mat. er what, you will find them at The Sign of the Golden Mortar. IF you desire to inspect the largestand mos1 aried assortment of Toilet Soaps. Perfumes 'oilet Waters. Extracts and our own. Colognes ou will find them at The Sign of the Golden Mortar. IF you want Paint that will stay painted. use ,ongman & Martinez justly popular prepairec 'aints, you will find them at The Sign of the Golden Mortar. IF you want Seed that will germinate. plani .W. Wood & Sons' tested and true Garder ed: you will find them at The Sign of the Golden Mortar. IF you atre anxious to keep your Horses ows. Mules and Poultry in good condition, use nternational Food Company's and Pratt's Food ompany Products, to be found only at The Sign of the Golden flortar. IF you wish to protect your tobacco crops ron the ravages of the tobaeco worm, us( aris Green. chemically pure, to be had at The Sign of the Golden nlortar. IF you wish to look at the most extensive nec of Stationery of every description anc rice, call at The Sign of the Golden Mortar. IF you wish to while away an idie hour. se at your Novels, in paper and cloth editions nd all Poets, at The Sign of the Golden flortar. IF you wish to preserve your health and save tri to the mountains use Harris Lithn rings Water in pi: ts and half gallons. anL Se Harris Lithia Ginger Ale. a most ref reshina ummer beverage, to be had at The Sign of the Golden Mortar. IF you wish to play the Great Americat ame purchase your Baseballs. Mitts. Mask: The Sign of the Golden Mortar. IF you enjoy a good smoke you will line the argest line of Cigars. Cigarettes and Cheroot: The Sign of the Golden flortar. IF you wish Visiting Cards with Engravet as ou can leave your orders at The Sign of the Golden Mortar. IF you wish your Mail Orders promptly at ended to and ~transmitte d on day of receipt end them to The Sign of the Golden Mortar. IF you wish to see the best equipped ani nodlern, up-to-date Drtig Store north of Chat eton call at The Sign of the Golden Mortar. IF you wish courteous tre atment, as applie ooyourself, children or messengers. call or sens The Sign of the Golden jfotar IF you wish to see the leading Drug Store c lrcndon Coutt. call at he OIuji' (>f fle Go id) MO)'t((Z ISAAC M. LORYEA, Proprietor, - Golden Mortar MANNINa, S. C. loI f I E IP A The time has come when all Spring Goods must be closed out quickly, consequently we are putting on HIGH STEAM PRESSURE, and pull ing our throttle valves wide open and let her roll. . Ory O~S Our entire line of Dimities, Lawns and Mus lins are now being closed out at sacrifice prices for the cash. A beautiful assortment of Foulard Silks; the 75c qualities are now being closed out at 50c the yard. Black Taffeta Silk Skirtings, 36 inches wide, now being closed out at 90c the yard. A most exquisite line of 20c Dimities are now being closed out at 10 and 12.c per yard. MILLINERY, MILLINERY. If you are in need of a nice Hat or anything in the Millinery line you will do well to see our offerings, as our entire line of Millinery will now be put on the market at sacrifice prices. We will not say COST, for that word has been so much used and abused that the use of it has become dis tasteful to us, but suffice it to say that those who come with the cash will be satisfied with their purchases, cost or no cost. Mattings and Housefurnishings. You must not forget that we carry a most complete line of Mattings, Floor Oil Cloths, Window Shades, Furniture Draperies and Housefurnish ing Goods, all at the lowest possible cash pries. Trunks and Suit Cases. . Those who are in need of a nice Trunk, Suit Case or niec Hand Satchel will do well to see our line as we have now in stock the largest line of Fine Trunks and Traveling Bags ever shown in this town and all at prices cheaper than syou can get the same goods elsewhere. I.B. JENKINSON. Don't Make a Mistake ...BUT GO TO... D. HIRSCHMANN'S When needing anything in SPRING DRY GOODS, SHOES, SLIP PERS AND HATS. Millinery a Specialty And any goods found in an up-to-date store. We are offering special values in - MILLINERY AND DRY GOODS. Having a large stock of these we mean to let them go at the . LOWEST PRICES POSSIBLE. I We extend to our friends and the public generally a cordial invi tainto call on us before making their purchases. Don't Forget Our Clothing. Remember Our Shoes. Yours for business, 8D.HIRSCHMANN 1 ret D oor tc Postc mCe. W. E. JENKINSON. F. P. ERVIN. P. D. CLARK. H. M. M'INTOSH MANNING, S. C. R. D. CLARK, Manager. We want everybody to know that the People's Tobacco Ware house has been reorganized and an entirely new firm has bee formed with sufficient capital to meet the requirements of the bus Ie t is the intention of this company to give to the tobacco grow ers of Clarendon and adjoinmng counties a tobacco market ful worthy of their support and patronapge. We have gone into thi enterprise to SUCCEED and SUCCEED WE WILL, for we don propose to leave a stone unturned that will tend towards buildmn; up the tobacco industry of Manning. We propose to handle Two Million Pounds of Tobacco on our floor this season and we want the tobacco grow ers of Clarendon, Williamsburg andj Sumter Counties to help ui out in this undertaking. TfWO MILLION POUNDS is what we want, and we mus have it. Thanking you in advance for the p)atronage that you may gio us. we arc Yours respectfully, Peoplie's Tobacco Warehouse Co., R. D. CL ARK. Manager. LADI ES, W HY trouble yourselves and minds about how to keep cool these hot days. when you can get just what you want to make up a nice Sheer Dress right here at Rigby's without any task of mind or pocketbook either? We have decided to close out all our Summer Thin Dress Fabrics during the month of July and we will make prices some - 8ELOW COOT so that you can't lose anything by trading with us, for you will find these all good values, all this season's stock, nice and clean. For the Next Two Weeks Big drive in White Goods, consisting of Persian Lawn Fancy White Goods, Linens, Nainsooks, Madras, P. K.'s, Dimities, Ducks, etc. GREAT REDUCTION IN SHOES. Bear this "ad." in mind, for this July Sale will be the Banner Clear-up Sale of the season. Mind this, too: Get in the procession, follow the crowd and you will find yourself in |-~ ~ ~~~~~~ - -- ------- Old Reliable S.A.Rigby s, S On the Corner. The Harvest Season Is at hand and we want every one to know that we have a full sup ply of Repairs for the Deering Hravesting Machinery; also Mowers and Rakes, on which we can offer liberal terms in price and time payment. A careful ex amination of these Machines will convince the most sceptical of their superior ity. Tobacco Growerse The demand on us for Flues and other supplies this season has been very heavy. We can still supply you at the prices named you in the early part of the season. We will be pleased to have those who have not already placed their orders for Flues with us to do so at as early date as convenient, as the season is drawing near when you will want them without delay. - Our prices for Paris Green have not changed. We are carrying this year an unusually large stock of goods in Agricultural Implements, Mill- Supplies and Housebuilders' Hardware. Our Paints are the talk of the county, owing to their excellence and the beautiful finish they give buildings, and notwithstanding the scarcity of money our sales are rapidly increasing in this ite. If you contemplate painting, get one of our color cards. HOUSEKEEPERS, You will find all seasonable goods, such as Cream Freezers, Ice Picks, Lemon Squeezers, Shakers, Water Coolers. We also have Potato Mashers, Fruit Presses, Butter Moulds, Fruit Jars, Fruit Jar Funnels, Fruit Jar Rubbers, Fly Traps, Oil Stoves, Knife Bricks. We call your especial attention to our Blue Flame Oil Stove $3 we sell this season. Price..................................00 It is the most perfect thing of the kind sold. We have just received a lot of Anti-Rust Tin in Scalders, Milk Pans, Milk Buckets, Toilet Sets, etc. This ware has attracted more attention than any one line we have in stock owing to its great superiority over other tinware. We have the most beautiful Crockery ever seen in Manning. Come and see it. Very truly yours, Manning lardware Co. COLEMAN-WAENERHRD!A CO, (SUCCESSOR TO C. P. POPPENEEIM,) 363 KING STREET, - CHALESTON, S. 0. Shelf Hardware a Specialty. -AGENTS FOR Buckeye Mowers, Brinley Plows, Oliver Chilled Plows. -OFFICERS: GEORGE A. WAGENER, President: GEORGE Y. COLEMAN, Vice President; I. G. BALL, Secretary and Treasurer. CorrospondonCo SoIictcd. BRING .YOUR Job Wcrlt TO~ THE TiMES OFFICE.