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THE IA ING TIMES.
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LOUIS APPELT, Editor. ti
Wednesday, April 25, 1S94.
A Chester bar keper opened his e
bar yesterday and sold drinks with- T
out any interference. t
Governor Tillman went to Bir
mingham yesterday as the guest of t
the Confederate veterans.
If the Supreme Court intended to
sustain Judge Hudson throughout N
the decision rendered in Darlington 1
and Oolumbia, then the liquor licens- h
ing system is in existence, because he
held that the main object of the dis- :
pensary act was unconstitutional, t
and. as a consequence the whole act P
falls, repealing clause and all. The
Court, however, did not say any
thing about ibe repealing clause, nor
did it express itself on the prohibi- t
tion clause further than to say the
power to grant licenses has been re
moved, and that man has an inalien
able right to sell liquor.
Th on up by the Antit
at Congressman McLaurin's
tter was a slap at John Gary
Evans is an erroneous one. McLau- d
rin and Evans are friendly, and he S
has no favorite for Governor, and he
only expressed his opinion as to the
kind of man we do not need for Gov- b
ernor.~ He is opposed to any man
who tries to imitate another instead f
of going before the people upont
original ideas. Congressman Me-b
Laurin is not opposed to the dispen- !
sary, as some think. He is opposed 1
to the profit feature, and some of the a
minor features of the act. He re
alizes the fact that this talk about his
muning for Governor does not come
-kee.-Y- 'ia3nds, and he takes no
stock in it, neither does he have any
idea in taking part in behalf 6f any
body in the scramble for the guber- c
Nan Has a Rigbt to Sel Liquor.
The decision in th3 dispensary i
contest has at last been handed down, i
and those who differed as to what the d
result would be can no longer differ. 3
The matter is settled as far as law is e
concerned, and the decision of the v
highest legal. tribunal in the State a
says that the act of the Legislature 3
passed in 1892, known as the dispen- i
sary act, is unconstitutional. In this I
conclusion two of the Supreme judges I
concur and one dissents. The decid- s
ing opinion was delivered by Chief
Justice McIver, and as far as we are 1
able to judge it is an able legal declar
ation. Associate Justice Pope dis- t
sented, and his opinion is also an
able legal declaration. ,The subject]
has been .carefully studied by the
mnembers of the court, as is evidenta
from the careful wording of the opin
-ions.. Whether the majority of the]
court are right in right in their con
clusions is not for us to say; they
have decided the question and -untili
over-ruled by a court of higher or
equal jurisdic'ion the decision stands,
adalspeculations as to the motive1
that pror~pted the decision amounts
The only thing left for the people
to ponder over is to find out what is :
the existing conditions in reference1
tp the much discussed liquor .traffic.
Have we prohibition ? or does the:
decision, as itetands, do away with
the restrictions upon liquor ? In our ]
- opinion, afer studying the decree asi
delivered by Chief Justice Mclver,
we find nothing to restrict the sale of
spiritous liquors in South Carolina.
The Supreme Court has made the
legal declaration that the powers to
grant licenses for the sale of liquor
-was by legislative enactment taken
away from the corporations, both i
State and municipal, and that those
bodies cannot under the law grant]i
liurlicenses. The same tribunal 1
- delrdalso that a man has an in
alienable right to sell liquor just as,
he has to sell bread andzmeat. Then 1
if we understand the meaning of these
deeJarations, the doctrine heretofore<
beld that the liquor business is a nui- 1
sance and injurious to morals, health
and society, is wiped away, and that
the liquor business is not a - nuisance:
and injyarious to society, but a pro
moter of the public welfare and so
4ciety, anid comes under the same 1
classification legally as food, clothing, 1
mechanical. appliances, literature,:
Bibles, etc., which are, and have al-)
ways been, looked upon as
necessities for the upbuilding of so
ciety, health and morals.1
Under the decision the licensing
'power does not exist, but there does 1
exist a God given right to every man
to sell whiskey .as unrestricted fromi
the laws of man as is his right to sell<
food. 'Aman, so far as South Caro
lina is concerned, can open up a rumi
shop in his store, his house, office,
or anywhere that suits his conveni
ence, and sell liquor to any and every
one, be he lunatic, drunkard or minor,
at any time of day or night, w~ithout
violating the law. . 1
The only restriction that confronts 1
a-man wanting to sell liquor is the~
small sum required by the United(
States government for the special tax; t
- when this is paid he can go ahead and t
no State law in existence now can t
There are some who believe the
decision of our Supreme Court makes I
total prohibition; we .can not agree
with them for the reason a majority
of the Supreme Court in language]
nnmistakahle decided that all power<
to grant licenses have been removed,
-and that,\God has given man the i
right to sell liquor. If we are coric t
in our understanding the language of I
~the court, the requiremeat for Ii
censes not existing and man has a f
right given him~ by his Creator to sell I
liquor, what is there to hinder man i
from using this God given privilege, t
and where does prohibition come in ? i
There are thousands of articles that .S
are not restricted by a license. Take t
coffee or tea, either of them come o
under the head of inalienable rights, 'i
and they have always been sold with- E
out restriction, but since the decision r
o.Z our Supreme Court whiskey is put r
in the sarre category, and can be sold ']
without any legal interference until c
we can get a law that will plug up t
the bung holes of the barrels of whis- a
key whose proprietors have an inalien- Ia
able right to trade on.
McLaurin is TiUman's Iriend.
Congressman McLaurin's letter in
2other column will be read with in
rest by the people of the Sixth
ongressional District, and all over
ie State. In it he states his posi
on clearly and positively, and we
m go farther and say that McLau
n could not be induced to support
utler for the Senate under .any cir
imstances, and that he never expect
: anything else than to support
illman. At the same time he is not
ie man to be bullied or coerced by
ie Piedmont Headlight or those
,ho are backing the Headlight in
cying by all sorts of indirect charges
f McLaurin being in combination
rith Senator Butler to injure him
rith his constituency. Congressman
[cLaurin is a man, every inch of
im, and he was not sent to Washing
:n to sneeze every time others took
nuff. He was sent there to advocate
he principles enunciated by his peo
le, and his duty is being faithfully
nd ably performed. His record in
ehalf of the masses is before the
eeple, and not even McLaurin's bit
rest enemies dare charge him with
eing untrue to the trust reposed in
im. That he has opinions of his
wn is only to be admired, and what
,A &-g_ ' irmab he--has-the
aanhood to speak out in "meetin,"
o tell the other leaders when. they
re wrong and not doing their duty.
As we said last week, McLaurin
iffers with -Governor -Tillman in
ome things, but the difference does
Lot make him antagonize Tillman; he
oints out where he disagrees with
im, which he has a perfect right to
to. Governor Tillman recognizes
bis, and the relations between the
wo are pleasant and harmonious,
ut there are some men in the Re
:rm ranks professing great friend
hip for the Governor, who by their
cts are doing more to injure him
han his avowed enemies.
The Piedmont Headlight, edited
,y T. L. Gantt, has been waging war
pun McLaurin with the same feroc
y that the Columbia State wages
pon Governor Tillman, and yet it
laims to be working for the Reform
ause. Only about two weeks ago
be Headlight with column after col
imn of abuse of McLaurin was
ridely circulated in this county, and
bs purpose was to shake the confi
lence our people have in him, who is
loing all in his power to relieve the
asses from their present depressed
ondition. Why is -all this? It is a
rell known fact that Gantt and Sea
tor Irby are warm friends, and that
IcLaurin and Irby do not agree. Is
a the idea of the Headlight to punish
cLaurin for not being willing to let
rby control him? If so, he has
truck the wrong man and the wrong
ople. The people of this District
:now that McLaurin is their friend,
nd is faithfully serving them, and
hey do -not care a wrap whether
senator Irby, Gantt, or anybody else
ike him; all they what is what they
re getting, a true and faithful ser
By this constant tirade against Mc
marin the Headlight is only furnish
ng ammunition for the enemies of
he Reform Movement, whether it in
ends it or not, and unless it changes
t tactics the newspapers endeavor
ng to keep the Reform Movement in
he ascendency will have to treat it
w they do the papers of the opposi~
Fortunately for us, McLaurin is a
nan, anud will not allow his perseca
ion from enemies to make him leave
he Reform Movement. He is in the
fovement from principle, in it to
tay, and if the Movement could un*
oad- those that are constantly accus
ng others of disloyalty and take in a
ew more McLaurins the country and
e Movement would -be safe for
nany ayear to come.
.Bounce the Shysters. >
After all, the signs appearing upon
.hepolitical horizan makes us feel
iopeful of a better day coming. We
iave been.insisting all along from the
>eginning of the present National
Lministration that the leaders' who
were put to the front by a Democratic
idal wave have been untrue to their
>edges, either from pure wantonness
>r ignorance; and the people are
;horoughly disgusted with them from
he President down. The handful of
)ongressmnen, who like our Reform
*epresentatives that regarded the
>edges made to the people with
something more solemn than a hobby
:o ride into office, can do nothirng tc
ring relief to the suffering miasses,
or can they ever do anything as
ong as they have to contend with an
~lement that are in the majority and
who are the paid hirelings of Wall
treet and other enemies.
Some of our State newspapers are
>eginning to untie the hoodwink of
rejudice from their eyes and look
pon the conditions as they really
xis;. We clip from the News and
jourier of the 19th inst. the follow
" 'For a hundred years' th'e country has
tot been so unfortunately represented at
!ashington as it is by tbe present Con
eas; by so many demagogues and trick
ters, by so many shjster 'Statesmen' who
ave had so great concern for private and
>ersonal ends and so little regard for po
tical promises and party pledges."
This is one time the News and
jourier and the Times agree, and we
ink if that paper would join us in
rying to persuade General Hampton
at it is possible for him to be of
ore service in Washington, working
o get our Reform Congressmen help
r the carrying out of the party's
ledges as made in the platform
dopted at Chicago, than he could
ossibly be in coming to South Car
~lina to affect an organization, if
uccesful will only be to keep in con
rol the "demagogues" and "trick
ters" and "shyster Statesmen who
iave had so great concern for private
nd personal ends and so little regard
or political promises and party
>edges," it would be working to
lay strife and dissensions among
be Democracy of the State, and its
afluence might put a stop to "Re
istance from one end of the State to
Le other," even if "Darlington is
rilling to continue as she has begun."
hat is needed with us is for the
ublic questions to be argued with
eason and common sense without
esorting to intimidation and coercion.
'he National leaders of the Demo
ratic party have not been true to
Le pledges they made the people, is
fact beyond dispute, and the masses
re sufficiently educated on political
their refusing to blindly swallow doc
trines as set forth by newspapers and
politicians. They are doing their Fc
own thinking, and they will do their
own voting when it comes to the Gi
election of officers.
If the National league clubs are for Fr
the purpose of keeping the present
leaders in control of the National
Democratic party, then the masses in F
this State will not join them, because
they do not propose to be again de- Bu
ceived by such men, and they will
seek for other leaders in the Demo- As
cratic party in the future.
South Carolina is a Democratic W
State, and the Reform faction is com- Fo
posed of true and tried Democrats.
They will stick to the Democratic H<
party, and they will fight in that
party for the cleansing out of mug- pe
wumpery, and in the coming election
will do all in their power to send At
back to Congress those of our Repre- St
sentatives as have a high "regard for Oi
'political promises arid party pledges,"
at the same time they will leave at
home those who are indulging in w
acrobatic exercises to catch votes.
If every other State it, the Union W
will do likewise the day for "shyster Or
Statesmen" will be at an end, and the
"demagogues" and "tricksters" who
-n~w-infesLCongrewwill have to seek Li
other employment. Se
Benet's Pity saved Dargan. E
OMAiA, April 24.-Editor Rtosewater, of E
the Omaha Bee, was tried before Judge
Scott, of the District Court, to-day, on a H
charge of contempt and sentenced to 30
days in jail and a fine of H
$500 and costs. The case grew
out of local articles published in the p
Bee attacking Judge Scott's rectitude. Mr. A
Rosewater, sought to show that he did not
know of the articles before they were pub
lished, but the Court found that he had
shown animosity and must suffer for what TI
his repoiter wrote. After sentence Rose
water made a speech declaring that he had B
been unfairly tried. The Court ordered
him taken to the county jail at once, which F(
was done. Mr. Rosewater's attorney went
to Lincoln this afternoon to get the Sn
preme Court to grant a supersedeas.
STATE oF OHIo, CIT oF ToLEDo, 6
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is H
the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Che
ney & Co., doing business in the City of
Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and L
that said firm will pay the sum of One
Hundred Dollars for each and every case of T1
Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of
Hall's Catarrh Cure. If
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my -
presence, this 6th day of December, A. D.
[sEA.] A. W. GLEASON, Notary Public. F
Hall's Catarrh Care is taken internally F,
and acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Send for testimo
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
p'Sold by druggists, 75c. A
CoLumBiA, April 20.-8 a.'m.-Height of A
Congaree river, 1.2 feet: water rising;
weather cloudy. p
Ci- N, April 20.-8 a. m.-Height of
Wateree river,5.8 feet; wstr falling; weather H
CoLVMBIAra April 23.-8 a. m.-Height ofH
Congaree river. 1.7 feet; water falling;B
CaIDEr, April 23.-8 a. m.-Height of
Wateree river, 7.4 feet; water falling,
EUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALJE.
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 3
cures piles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money L
refunded. Price 25c. per box. For sale by
J. G. Dinkins & Co., druggists. T
, e, T
DESERVING PR AISE. It
We desire to say to our citizens, that for
years we have been selling Dr. King's New fi
Discovery for consumption, Dr. King's New+
Life Pills, Bucklen's Arnica Salve and Elec
tric Bitters, and have never handled reme
dies that sell as well, or that have given ri
such universal satisfaction. We do not hes-h
itate to guarantee them every time, and we ..
stand ready to refund the purchase price, if ~
satisfactory results do not follow their use.
These remedies have won their great popu- I
larity purely on their merits.
. J. G. Dinkins & Co., druggists.
Since its first introduction Electric Bit
ters has gained rapidly in popular favor,~
until now it is clearly in the lead amongF
taining nothing -which permits its use as a
beverarge or intoxicant, it is recognized as
the best and purest medicine for all ail
ments of Stomach, Liver, or Kidneys. It
will cure Sick-headache, Indigestion, Con
stipation, and drive Malaria from the sys
tem. Satisfaction guaranteed with each
bottle or te money will be refunded. Price
only 50c. per bottle. For sale by
J. G. Dinkins & Co., druggists.
- Post Office Rules. at
Morning mail closes 8.50. a
Evening mail closes 5.50. le
Office open from 8 a. m. to 8 p. m- re
Sunday from 8.30 to 10:30 a. mn., and from s2
5 to 7.30 p. m-.s
No money orders or postal notes will be
issued or paid after 5 p. m.
Stamps and cards will not be sold on
Box rents must be paid for in advance. Al
All letters upon which postage is due BE
will be held until the postage is paid. Cf
Boisterous conduct in the post office is Al
strictly forbiddes. Louis APPELT, Al
Post Master. 01
. Her Beauty Went With It. A
Fred-She isn't the pretty girl she Si
used to be. N<
Arthur-Is that so? Cl
Fred-Yes. Her father lost ell his -Pi
money sneculating.-Truth. Di
Notice of Discharge. 'Sc
I will apply to the Judge of Probate for A1
Clarendon county on the 26 day of May, 18'94, Pi
for a final discharge as administrator of the Hf
estate of Mrs. R. M. Kelly. Cc
W. J. KELLY. Cc
'Packsville, S. C., A pril 25. 1894. . Ca
dfIs ESSENI Ei
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If you are troubled with~ cat
BOILS, ULCERS OR i
ur blood is bad. A few bottles of S.S..
thoroughly cleanse the system, remove all im
urities and build you up. Alimanner of bi
. CLEARED AWAY
v its use Itis the best biood remedy on earth.
Thouandswhohave used it say so.
fsuireng no apptite, noenjoymet ofle.wooi
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SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,AtilntaGa. the
Lee Was Right, Comrades True !
r the Birmingham Re-Union of the
U. C. V., April 25-26, 1894.
adly gather we again,
om the sea-shore, plain and glen,
d we come with friendly feet
r we have no foes to meet,
ne but warm friends here to greet,
t we'll make the welkin roar,
we often did of yore,
ben we sallied forth to fight,
the panoply of right,
ul oppression's haughty might,
w we miss those chieftains three,
Comrades true !
erless Davis, Jackson, Lee,
Comrades true !
id our gallant Beauregard,
aart, Johnston, battling hard
tr fair Southern land to guard,
ho can name that dauntless host,
Comrades true !
ho uprose to guard our coast,
Comrades true !
ho without a thought of fame,
of title, rank, or name,
> defend their home-States came,
Comrades true !
ft, 0 lift your eyes on high,
e that army in the sky,
Comrades true !
r'ry one a prince of might,
ry one a chief by right,
Leh iher- in the fight,
" .__f..omrades true !
trk, the bugle sounds once more,
mar the battle-thunders roar,
-om the mountins to the shore,
they often did of yore,
,und the echoes ever more,
eir earth-battles now are done,
it for as they're not yet won,
)r we still must guard our land,
ainst all scoundrels who would
vile traitors heroes grand,
iard, 0 guard our tender youth,
ive them grounded in the truth,
ch them Lee and all were right,
hen they drew the sword in fight,
iough o'erwhelmedby tyrant might,
we do what's right- and meet,
e'll be victors in defeat,
id again the South shall rise,
:om her ashes to the se'ies,
irest land of high emprise,
ho shall arm us with pure might?
Comrades true !
id equip us for the fight ?
Comrades true !
ader God, our women pure,
ith his blessing, will insure,
d the South's true place secure,
ty to God your vows and pray'rs,
Comrades true !
e will heed your bitter tears,
Comrades true !
eal our land by factions rent,
tve from sectional dissent,
lessing all with full content, e.
Comrades true !
'orthy purpose to achieve,
Comrades true !
oble legacy to leave,
atred sectional, surcease,
ood will national, increase,
e-united land at peace,
Comrades true !
ow, before we hence depart,
Comrades true !
et us pledge both hand and heart,
Comrades true !
hat we'll leave no stone unturned
hat our cause may be inurned
i all hearts that truth have learnied,
Comrades true !
-JoH2s Mi. RICHARDSON, Dainger
Perfect health is seldom found, for im
are blood is so general. Hood's Sarsapa
la really does purify the blood and restores
/oney to Loan.
Money to Loan on improved farming
aa. Apply to
B. PRESSLEY BARRON,
- Attorney at Law.
Manning, S. C., Feb. 21, 1894.
Charleston, S. C.
fAIL, Express or Freight goods to any
Vpart of the United States or abroad.
ders receive prompt attention immedi
ey upon receipt. In sending .money for
tices not quoted in this list or our free
talogue, send the amount of retail price
s 20 per cent. Any difference will be
urned by next mail. Our business is
nrc-nv CASH. Goods sent 0. 0. D. to re
onsible parties. We solicit a share of
ur mail orders.
lcocks Porous Plasters, 10 25
ladona Plasters, 15 25
peine Plasters, Benson's, 15 25
cock's Bunion Plasters, large 18 25
lcock's Corn Plasters, 08 10
tr Little Liver Pills, 15 25
ticura Resolvent, 85 1 00
ttienra Salve, 40 50
ticura Soap, 15 25
ti-Pain Plasters, 10 25
nmon's Liver Regulator 07 1 00
-To-Blac, 3 boxes for 2 50
ichester's Pennyroyal Pills, 1 85 2 00
11's Syrup of Hyphosphites, 90 1 50
nnyroyal Pills, 75 1 00
'.Felix LeBrun's Steel and
Pennyroyal Pills, 07 1 00
igaor Liniment, 25
:>tt's Emulsion, 67 1 00
id Phosphate, Horsford's, S .40 $ .50
er's Pills, 20 25
rce's Favorite Prescription 75 1 00
.11's Emulsion 25c and 50
d Liver Oil, pure, 45c, pint, 50
d Liver Oil, pure, 80e, quart, 1 00
stile Soap, 12 oz cake, 10 15
stile Soap, imported, per lb., 20 25
ist's Nerse & Brain Treatment 67 1 00
osphodine, 85 1 00
tract- Witch Hazel, pints, 20 25
rter's Little Liver Pills, 15 25
tWe claim to have the best stock of
nggists' Sundries, Perfumery, Tooth,
il and Hair Brushes, Combs, Sponges,
amois Skins and Toilet Requisites in the
y. We can mail over 2,000 articles in
Drug line, anywhere, and pay special
ntion to mail orders. We will mail our
alogue to any address about April 1st,
4. While this catalogue is not complete
vill give some - idea of the stock we
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Evansville, West Va.
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Dreadful Case of White Swelling
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One of the most serious forms of scrofula and
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one of which is related below by Mr. B. E.
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'C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
"In 1862 I was seized with a severe attack of
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the flesh on my limb dut open and the bone
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ly affected limb , sores gathering where thero
ad been scars, one In paticular enetratinzto
the bone. The whole front of mylg from eo
to ankle seemed to be
. A Mass of Corruption.
I could get but little ease and comfort and less
benefit from the medical treatment I received.
Some of my friends advised me to have the le
ampag d bt I hesitated, not wanting to loal
b. Perchance I saw an advertisement I*
a pae mbracin a testlmonial for Hood's Sar
sapaa from onei Mr. John McMurray, telling
what Hood's Sarsaparilla had done for his son. I
concluded to try Hood's Sarsaparillaso:I bought.
six bottles of It about three months ago. I had
t taken it two months when I could see It was
doing me more good than anything Ihad taken.
I have now used about three bottles. The sores
have all healed up and
My Limb Is Perfectly Sound.
It has also benefited my general health and I
am now able to work at my trade. Hood's Sar.
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recommend it enough for thegood I has done
me." B. E. THoxAs, Evansvlle,W.Va.
Hood's Pills cure liver is, constipation;
biliousness, jaundice, sickheadache, Indigestion
My entire stock of
nd everything handled by a
first-class merchant will be
sold from now on regardless
f value and cost. This is
one to clear out what stock I
1w have preparatory to going
into my new store which is
ow in course of erection.
[ have the goods !
They shall be sold!
The people now have a fine
pportunity, and should take
cdvantage of it.
L. W. FOLSOM,
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place and in telegraphic work has never been excelled. For manifolding
purposes it has no superior. With interchangeable parts the Caligraph is
well nigh indestructible. The experience of-business men, minister, te
legraphers, short-hand schools, and government departments all go to
prove that the Caligraph is without a peer.
-SOLD ON EASY TERMS.
C. Irvine Walker, Jr., 9 Co.,
No. 6 Broad St., - Charleston, S. C.
Save Your EyesIN YOUR OME
Y:o: - HE FINEST AND MOST PERFET
When you need a pair of spectacles don't
buy an inferior glass. You will find none P
better than WORLD YOU WILL BUY THE
EDEDi--E mala: mgama.
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For sale by * : ninaonadfls.
DR. W. M. BROCKINTON,' * "sdb h raetIvn rit
Manning, S. C. -"~oe yalmsclcnoser
LOST MAN.EOOD - ueSCU~t ~n a h ritc
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may loa to re atr ol e adInsanity. bo e -
ganefurnlsed with eerysoo oerreccle~ 9eu osSvnaC
to a temoney if a permanent curo Is not * *
NEEVIA MEDICINE Co., Detroit. 3Dch. ______________
For sale by Dr.OU.WANTrockintUn. E E
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CHALETO, S C, ndwil mkeo+ prices aapsae.Nt a livingrate
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CHARLST, S.r C.as, and l ku thie ati ing oree.
a good roof forNyarsAandTOnyon
Wnpti se epet Sda cNewspapero in atfe.
(days-somet-handsomecopecimens of work.
ergllninbllts r 450frY.a rd onwib rtySreld. psofie
bsCoodar re.Wl tplAk. rc et M cop.Bbal, $2aJr.
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Gu El H 14ad 9 asticBayfigSt., mailrleston,$8 S.ear
Consignments rofadulty, ~egs andk all ekl, - - ia er
nsoca gentrypodc aned Addrspectfunew or
D R. CHARLES B. GEICGEn,
PIIYSICIAY AND SURGEOX,
Offers his professional services to the peo
ple of Manning and vicinity.
Office at J. G. Dinkins & Co.'s 3rug store.
MIANN?NG. S. C.
R. A. N. TALLY, JR..
PHYSICIAX AND SURGEO,
Offers his professional services to the peo
ple of Clarendon and vicinity.
Office in the Enterpkise building.
1ANNING, S. C.
JOSEPH F. RuntE..W. C. DAVIS.
R IIAME & DAVIS,
ATTORNEYS AT LA IW,
IANNIN G, S. C.
J OIIN S. WILSON,
Attorney and Coun.-elor at Law,
MANNING. S. C.
3IAN'NING, S. C.
Notary Public with seal. Associated with
it. 0. Purdy, Esq., in litigated cases.
JEFFERSON D. ALSBROOK,
ATTORNEY A 7 L,
IANNING, S. C.
Office in TIrEs building. Special atten
tion given all business in bis charge.
L . B. WELLS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SUMTER, S. C.
EO. W. DICK,
G ~DEXTIS T.
SUMTER, S. C.
Office honrs-0 to 1:30-2:30 to 5. Over
Levi Brathers' dry goods store.
WIGG'S CHOLERA POWDER,
An absolute cure and preventative. It
has never failed to cure the cholera either in
hogs or fowls. I have had 8 years experi
ence in raising hogs. an have never lost
one from cholera after administering this
remedy. Try it- You will not regret.
Price 25 cents per package, by mail 31 cents
postage prepaid. Address JA.urs Wicc.,
Box 115, Beaufort, S. C.
Notice of Discharge.
On the 26th day-of April, 18J1, I will ap
ply to the Judge of Probate for Clarendon
county for letters of uismissory as adminis
trator of the estate of Mrs. M. I. Bryant,
deceased. G. H. CURTIS,
Packsville, S. C.. March 20, 1894.
OFFICE SCHOOL COMMISSIONER,
Mauning, S. C., Jan., 4th 1893.
Until fauther notice I will have my office
open on Saturday of each week. The
other days will be sp-nt in visiting the
schools of the county.
L. L. WELLS,
School Commissner( C.
-That the most successful busi
ness men are the strongest
believers in Life Insurance ?
That they are,is attested by the
following letter from a wvell
known bu~siness man who held
a Tontine Policy in the'
POWELL & SNIDER,.
STAPLE AND FAyCY GaocEaRI~s,
GRAJIN AND FL.
ASHEVII.LE, N. C., Jan. 18, 1894.
Ma. W. 3. RODDEY, Rock Hill, S. C.
DE.A SiR :
I have accepted the cash value of mny
Tontine Policy in the "Equitable," which
matured Jan. 3d, 1S94. I desire to say that I
am very well pleased with the results, as an
evidence of which I have applied for more
assurance on same plan.
Respectfully, .W. F. SymRu.
If you are interested send your
age and let us give you figlires
on a Tontine Policy. Address.
W. J. RODDEY, Manager,
Department of Carolinas,
Rock Hill, 5. C.
F. N. WILSON, DstrCT AGENT,
MasNING, S. C.
CAUTION.-R? a dealer offers W. L.
I'onglas shoes at a r.educed price, or says
he has them without name stamped on
bottom, put him down as a fraud.
S3 s~oETHET WOLD
W. L.DOUGLAs Shoes are stylish, easy fit.
ting, and give better satisfaction at the prices ad.
vertise.. L.nan any other wake. T.7 one pair and
bconvinced. The stam ping of V. . L. Douglas*
naeadprice on the bottom, which guarantees
their value, saves thousands of dollars annually
totoewho wear them. Dealers who push the
sale of W. L. Douglas Shoes gain customers,
which hclps to increase the sales on their full line
of goods. They can afford to sell at a less profit.
an ebelieve you ca save money by buyig al
Cataloigue free uoon application. Address,
W. L. DOUGLAS~, Brockton, Mass. Sold be'
Horton, Burgess & Co.
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THE BEST I8 THE CHEAPEST. |
Send T EN cents to 28 Union Sn., N. Y.,
for our prize game, "Elilnd Luck," and c
win a New Homro Sewing Machine. 3
The New H ome Sewing Machine Cos.
oRAHoE, MASS. 9
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W. E. BROWN1., 31ANNING, S. C.
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