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THE MANNING TIIES.
LOUIS APPELT, Editor.
Wednesday, May 23, 1S94.
Camden has issued a license for
the sale of beer and wine. Where
does prohibition come in?
Watch the congressional proceed
ings and you will see soon where our
congressman has made a speech that
will put the financial world to think
Internal Revenue Collector Townes
has sinee the Supreme Court's prohi
bition decision issued about four
hundred liquor licenses. The State
has prohibition with a vengeance.
Coxey and his lieutenants were
sent to jail last Monday for walking
on the grass in the capitol grounds.
The horses belonging to the capitol
police trampled the grass also, but of
course that was ll right.
The Anti newspapers have all along
claimed that Governor Tilhman is no
Democrat on account of his views,, ou
the finances and his opposition to
Grover Cleveland. Now that Senator
Butler folloyvs suit and imitates Till
nau's views what party will Butler
be assigned to ?
It is with delight that we intorm
our readers of Joseph H. Montgom
erv's success in Alabama. At the re
cent primary election held in that
State Joe Montgomery, a native of
Clarendon, was the recipient of the
Democratie nomination for the Leg
islature. Mr. Montgomery is a young
man of sterling character and ability,
and we hope his recent elevation is
but a stepping stone to higher honors
The questions put to the candi
dates by the Alliance have been an
swered by Governor Tillman and
Senator Butler. The Governor's
answer came first and was clear and
consistent with the position he has
always held. He is opposed to the
sub-treasury, the government owner
ship of railroad, telegraph and tele
phone lines ard the loaning of money
to the people. His reasons are fully
discussed, and shows that independ
ent spirit which has :ways charac
terized the man.
Senator Butler's reply is similar to
that of the Governor. In it he claims
that the Alliance has adopted his idea
on the financial questions. He not
only accepts the principal part of the
Alliance blanket, but lays down and
rolls himself up in it. The difference
in the two men appears to be that
Tillman, while an Alliance man, fear
lessly takes issue with some of the
demands made by the organization
regardless of results, whbile Butler,
who is not an Alliance man, fearful of
defeat gracefully accepts the demands.
Butler waited until Tillman spoke
and then said, "me too." Governor
Tillman's utterances have the sound
of the patriot, while Butler's has the
sound of the pap-riot. Voters, take
For talking through his hat the
editor of the Piedmont Headlight
takes the cake. In~ the last issue of
his paper he has an editorial para
graph which insinuates that Con
gressman McLaurin tricked WV. D.
Evans at the Alliance Conference
which took place in Florence and
selected McLaurin as the standard
bearer. It was our privilege to be
present at the conference as a repre
sentative from Clarendon, and with
four others our delegation supported
Evans. Therefore we know what we
are talking about when we say that
McLaurin did not trick Mr. Ivans or
anybody else, but on the other hand
he would have received the five votes
from Clarendon that we cast for
Evans had not McLaurin made a1
personal request in behalf of Evans.
At the campaign meeting in Manning
we approached McLaurin and asked
him if he was going to stand for
Congress. His reply was that he
would not, and if Mr. Tindal of this
county was not a candidate he would
be gratified if Clarendon would sup
port his friend Evans. McLaurin
knew that in talking to us he was
talking to a personal friend, who
would have only been too glad to
support him in case our own Tindal
was not to be considered. We gave
our promise if Tindal was not a can
didate we would support Evans, and
then we consulted the rest of the
Clarendon delegation. The result
was four others promised to vote for
Evans upon the condition that Tin
dal was not in the race. We went to
Florence, and finding that Mr. Tindal
was not before the conference, we
stuck to our promise and voted for
Evans. Now if McLaurin had any
idea of tricking Evans he surely
showed very little sense in procuring
a pledge from us against himself
when he knew that our personal feel
ings towards him would have given
him our hearty support.
Thism stuff about McLaurin getting
the Alliance endorsement at Florence
through trickery is malicious and
nonsensical, and although Mr. Evans,
at the time, believed the reports car
ried to him by his disappointed
friends, we are satisfied he has since
become convinced that he was not
tricked, but that McLaurin, without
solicitation, had the standard of the
Alliance of the Sixth Congressional
District placed in his hands by true
Alliancemen who believed that he
was the man for the place.
McLaurin went to Congress, and
his record is before the people. Not
even the Headlight, with all of its
persistent abuse and coristant efforts
to injure him with his constituency,
has ever attempted to bring the
charge of disloyalty or unfaithfulness
to his door, but on the other hand
'the editor of that paper has said upon
an esxamination of McLaurin's record
he thought the people of this District
should send him back to Congress
without opposition, and now to grat
ify a personal pique the editor of the .
Headlight would 'iave the people of
this district to lay McLaurin aside,
ut they wont do it.
The national league clubs may live
Is long as the wage workers' league.
Who would believe that Manning
,s under a prohibition law, after see
ng the drunks that can be seen on
>ur streets any Saturday.
The Republicaus seem encour
iged by the opposition to the Reforn
Ifovement, and are going to resort to
the courts to test the registration
We publish on our first page Gov.
Tillman's answer to the questions
propounded by the Alliance. Next
week we will give our readers Gen.
Butler's "me too" letter.
The people of Clarendon are anx
ious for Hon. J. E. Tindal to make
the race for Governor, believing that
he can do more towards solidifying
the reform faction than any other
man mentioned for the place.
The Spartanburg Herald, one of
Anti-Tillman newspapers in the State,
very truly says:
"If mere belief in free coinage makes
Gov. Tillman a Populist, then refusal to
recognize silver in any way even to vetoing
the bill to coin the seigniorage and failure
to recommend anything to supply the de
ficiency--the policy of John Sherman and
the RtEpbiicans, ought to miake,, Mr.
Clevelaund a Repub!ica.n."
The reform clubs in the county
should hold meetings whomever roin
venient for the purpose of discuss.::,
the politleal situation, because when
they are called upon to elect ielv
gates to the coluntv conivenhti'on !l:y
will also take a ballot to express the
cthoice of the club for Governor. In
this way the sentiment of the reformi
faction will be obtained and the dele
gation to the State convention will be
overned by it.
The Piedmont Headlight, Abbe
ville Medium, Laurensville Her-ild
md Aiken Times seeni to be in a
:ombine to drive John L. McLaurin
>ut of the reform movement., but they
ire wasting their strength. John
McLaurin is one of the main pillers
n the reform movement, and the
ombined strength of all of the papers
n the State will not move him one
nch. The position held by McLau
in was not given to him by the
3ewspapers nor can they take it
way. If the same papers would
vork as industriously in building up
he cause as they are trying to tear
way its props their work might
rove of some benefit.
War' on scrofula and every form of im
>ure bloo.d is bold:y declared by lood.-:
arsaparila. the great coiiqiror -f -d! -l
COLUMIA, M-v 11.-8 a. m.--Height of
ngaree river, 1.7 feet: water fallhng:
CADE, May 11.--8 a. m.-Height of
Vatpree river,5.4 feet; watei falling; weather
Cotr1IA, May 1.-S a. mu.-Height of
Jongaree river, 1.4 feet: water falling:
CAMDEs, May 10.-8S a. m.-Height of
ateree river, 4.7 feet; water falling
IiUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world tar cnts,
ruises, sores, nlcers. balt rheum, fever
ores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblains,
orns and all skin eruptions, and positively
~ures piles or no pay required. It is guar
iteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25c. per box. For sale b~y
J1. G. Dinkins & Co., druggists.
We authorize our advertised druggists to
ell Dr. King's New Discovery for con
smption, coughs and colds, upon this con
lition. If~ vou are afflicted with a Cough,
Dold, or any Lung, Throat, or Chest trouble,
Ld will use this remedy as directed,
;iving it a fair trial, and experience
io benefit, z ou may return the bottle and
ave your money refunded. We could not
nahe this offer did we not know that Dr.
iing's New Discovery could be relied on.
:t never disappoints. Trial bottles free.
4arge size 50e and $1. For sale by
J. G.. Dimkinis & Co., druggists.
STrRENG 'H AND HEALTH.
If you are not feeling strong and heathy,
ry Electric Bitters. It "LaGrippe"' has left
-ou weak and weary, use Electric Bitters.
his remedy acts directly on Liver, Stom
ch, and Kidneys, gently aiding those or
:ans to perforni their functions. If you are
flited with Sick-Headache. you will find
peedy and poermanent relief by taking
lectric Bitters. One trial will convince
-on that this is the remedy you need. Large
ottles only 50e. For sale by
J. G. Dinkins & Co., diruggists.
Followviniz is the petit jury drawn to
erve at tbe next term of court which con
-enes on M~on day, June 4th. Judge Nor.
on will preside
P. E. Ridgeway, Manning.
W. H-. Trhigpen, Sandy Griove.
H. S. Dollard, Manning.
J. C. Johnson, Mannin.
J. W. Rhame, Silver.
A. W. Trhames, Jr. Silver.
R. P. Morris, New Zion,
W. E. Jen kins~on, Manning.
Geco. A. Ridgcil, Jordat.
W. E. Daniels, Mannirg.
W. H. Braidhami. Paicksville.
F. M. Barwick, Manning.
J. E. Kelly M1anning.
J. . Holladlay, Manning.
R. J. Goskery, Summeirtou'.
V. M. Lewis, Manning.
'1. . Jones Jordan.
Peter C.hewoing. Summecrton,.
J. Q. Mathis,, Saint Paul.
T. . June, Jordan.
J. A. Mo'ntgomery', Foreston.
W. Tr. Tobias, Manning.
John E. Adorris, Seloc.
F. C. Thomas, Manning.
F. W. Haley. Jordan.
M. B. Corbett, Packsville.
L. K. Howle, lanning.
D. M1. Bell, Packsville.
J. W. Gibbons, New Zion.
J. H. Childers, Jordan.
Ti. M. Davis, Jordar..
J. W. Barrow, New Zion.
J. Sinm Rtidgeway, Manning.
D. N. Gamble, Seloc.
E. S. Plowden, Wilsons.
Juo. S. Cole, Manning.
"MOTHERS' FRIEND" is ascien
Stifically prepared T.iniment, '
Severy ingredient of recognized _o
value and in constant use by ~
Sthe medical profession. These
ingredients are combined in a
manner hitherto unknown.
wILL DO all that is claimed for
it AND MORE. It shortenslabor,
Slessens pain, diminishes danger 1
Sto life of Mother and Child.
Book "To Mothers" mailed free contain
ing valuable information and voluntary
testimonials. sent byepes, on receipt
jof price. $1.50 per bottle old everywhere.
BRA.DP1I.D REGULAXoR CO.,Atlanita, Ga
Parties desiring agricultural rent liens
d supply' liens cn find them at The
1856, MOSES LEVI. 894
The Low Prices I am Offering Goods at Causes a read ilush,
If you w;ant h1r~ ai ns now~ isth ti o t o secur themil (U~ . I utvo each in ei a id in B d~ii'.(ieren1. t depar t s. . y
dr1W goods '-tock is comnplt. Ind spCiail ba\an in wa(h goos e olfered. Laolie-.. he a ll line of
Thornpson' s Glove Fittinst Corsets.
I1 volL W\ llt- .1 !:20)4 Il e Iri'll t I 8II-'t rliahl"' I have the. anm
haildle Means Celel4rtc l in(115 aind 1ovs si )s. Thcs (, refllcr with (Ithr 1,11t,
Store ill the frol t 'alhik of ille ,l;(c tIl.d -
HATS! HA TSi
What is more d rssy ian a uimc Felt. l)erb .Straw II i NockwA '. A Iwot li -n I line shape ha goes
a lon way 1oWa'ds 0IVilIl l a 180 elrml el .
MY CLOTHING DEPARTMENT Xx
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My Iarnes, Brd-ware nd Ctler Stok :i
:I~lVS;id m ~ smlulv ie lemmmitl 'Itie wje.81( 1aim u~s~i~t~ ll~i1 W'r-=miS '
iii 4' ~ k1)1 ll tle t LOt I eve tie ( ~I I- r----,*NA
i-~ h 11010 ii the~mtt thesetu
- ~I~;~mimtmim p te hu~hu~. M Fio1..iab-T-'
4.' .1". aac..c.. I~~eat. IPI ~t)1!~il bythc x:2
My Haress, Hrdwar and st OtleryStck i
mlo(k~e of al the a est nvhe ntennkl
- There is no ous in . the St atetui1 (t n o~ he
- - t lime Ill mllv wW hmn0111(. at ileU old stil. - -
1856.MOSE LEVI 189
!V.RI 'IA \t GE1 sI>G ;ER'.\,
I at J. G. DinliD. & Co.'s dIrug Store.
IANNING. S. C.
I. A. -N. TALLY, Ji..
I'll Y.UlX'INAN AND L> H
()*I.-r,. L i 'd rfe-s inatl sevcs to the p o
ANNING, S. C.
j1(I N S. WVILSON,
.iU'~r~w, and (Aeqor at Lau?,
MANING. S. C.
)L E VI, VIS
-A ' L 7.1)R 7Y AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
Notarv P ri w.ith seal. At:sociatcd with
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JE*FUI!CLN ON 1). .LlOOK,
. a7CouYe A1 LA W,
\IANNING. S. C.
I) I ii I . bi Idng.Spe-cial atten
t~ou give ~n all Iutisinc-4o in hi- chargo.
JA T7'lENIY AT LA W
SOFAN1N, S. C.
i>: 'A lStr
12.. PuryE. iitigae ess
SUMNIN, S C.
S .I tE 1:3, 2:10 to 5.
i..thes'dry gmod-. stolre.
W 5 N BAER & BR.,
I:N '. A N: C.\1 T Ii:E..s or
Uistui-Ets aInd Phn
to..Em~r Street, Cli.11"LES'ION, S. C.
Charleston, S. C.
. A IL, Exp or F-i-iht goods. to any
M p:trt of the I nitl St.at; or abri'ai.
Onl r. rce-; 1 . r. o .te . i .- i -
t-::rr pon.I re- 1.9x: I. I !-nd i r -o
:i .- .\ :1. to o-t , . -
i p]onsible par-tie. W :h s e o
Ou r R-g
Allcck' P( .Iorous- Plas.-e 1i0 25
(i-l'lon1 P1-iters. 15 -25
C p In P ite ' linsns, 13 '
A -.mn' '->rn P -es -s i
A -'. .:nh -, lt.:rt. 10 25~I
No- T Ji. :1 Ioxe frh 2 iit50. 9
Dr .eix Lel~run -t Steel and
Pe nnyroyal Pills, 67 1 00
R-ott' Emulsion, 67 1i00
Acid Phos-phate,. Hor-stord's, $ .4u S .50
Ayr's 1Pills, 20) 25
ireree' Favorite P'recr-iption 7;5 1 00
Hall's Emuiriin' 25e arid 50
Cod I te~r (ili, pure, 45e, pint, 50
Co.d L ive ii. ilure, 80e', quiart. 1 0')
Ct ile Soap,. 12 :/z cake, - 10 15
Castril. -tap, impn orted, p-i- lb., 2) 2
West' N.rve & Iirain Treatiment ;7 1ict
Extract W itch Harzei, pinte, 20 2
Cartr' L - ittl Liver- Pills, 15 .-5
cW~ clatim ta have the best stock of
Dru..-gist' Sundries. Perfumery, Tooth,
Nail indI Hanir ltrnisbs. Comibs, Sponges,
Chamiois '-kins aind Toilet Rlequisites in thre
City. WV --n mtai! ove-r 2.00t0 articks in
the D'ru" line anyr~iwhere, aind pay- speciatl
attention to1 mil onlers. W- will tnarl out
ctl..:ue~ to. iany addl.res about April 1st,
lNi. Whilet this en:talroguis n5tot coimpilete
it will give som id oft the stock wue
277 KING STREET,
(One Door North of Wentworth.)
Opposite Dime Savings Bank.
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THE BERTilS THE CHEAPEST.
Send TEN censto 28 Union Sq., N. Y.,
for our pri game, "Bind L.uck," and
win ai New Home Sowing Machine.
The New HomeSewing Machine Co,
ORANCE, MASS. , ;
-m428 UNIONI FQAE 'k
cstCA co o ALF
oC7,0 FOR SALE BY Manod ~
L. W. FOLSOM, Cl
S.;nt of the Big Watch, -
SUITER, S. C.
/ LINE OF
+~ Watches, Diamonds,+ ":
STELtLING SILVER, CLOCKS, -T
Opiticail Goods, Fine Knivesu, Seisacrs and
Better than Wealth,
Pure Irugs and Medicines
fro!::!t- 0. ~ h ih. .
.. G. Dinkins & Co..
In a niitirn .to i ni ('n pltet stock
>f Drugs, Me dii an ar Che-micals, we keep
Il the pop.Ilar Patent Medicines. Paints,
Dils, atr.1l Window Glaiss, Cigars and To
acco, Gearden Seed. Limp Goods. sew
nm- .hine Needlle'. ai.1 0il, arl the
us~ndn of otin-r art:el- usually ke-pt in
J. G. Dinkins & Co.,
6igu of Golden Mortar.
MANNING, - - S. C.
Ea.. ,('Quickly ard Perrmranently Rev:tored.
o. 'ld a positivo
eflorc- Zy ;Ztrm': :'zAor
Tobacco ',c. * r Uiu . . .: n .cco:..
of yout'i~f- i:-i.:. : 4,r orc n ie:c ee.
Dizziness.(-.:: --. :. : ':. : al ,
Alental l)epre - "o -., in. \
d~yteri'. .N.. . : L'i 4::: . t -.aL.
LoUS of l'..r.. .11 :ptency uh if re""::Wd.,
t.::7lcsd to.e:.:a.-old t ;.. I .::. ty.
I itv. a:. -! i'ie.1(0 o ;/e:
stephen Thomas, Jr,& Bro.
IEWELRY, SILVER & PLATED WARE,
Spectacles, Eye Glasses & Fancy Gods.
p-Watehes and Tewelry r-T. y
257 KING sTiETl.
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the ir.it.t Stnay' Newst'apaper in the
ccu etts a copiy. By miail, $2 a year
yi anid Sunday, u.,y
mal - - - - SSi a year
C. W1ekly, - - - $1 a year
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