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M ANNING, S. C.:
W EDNESDAY OCT. 25. 1S99.
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WAR IN IIHE TIANSYAAL.
Our space in a paper the size of
THE TIiEs does not permit a going
into great detail cocerning the trou
bles between England and the Trans
vaal republic in South Africa, but
last week we tried to give our read
ers some information concerning the
causes of the war. Since then the
mighty drama has begun; two great
battles have been fought and the first
act in the play which might fittingly
be styled "the destruction of two re
publics" is before the gaze of the in
terested world as an audience. At
Glencoe Hill and at Elandslaagte the
Boers and the British have met in
severe battle. While all the news we
get from South Africa has to come
through London, owing to the fact
that there are only two cables from
Europe to that country and both of
these controlled by England, and
while the truth of all dispatches giv
ing accounts of British successes may
be greatly discounted, owing to the
fact that all information reaching the
outside world is subject to great cen
sorship by the English military au
thorities, yet it is safe to say that in
both the battles which have thus far
been fought the English soldiers were
too much for the Boers. England
has won two victories already. At
Glencoe Hill it is estimated that the
British loss was about two hundred,
while the Toers are said to have lost
eight hundred. The British fought
with all the bravery which ever char
acterized them in history, while the
plucky Boers maintained a fight amid
shot and shell for eight long hours
before they were finally driveni frotu
the field. Sir Redvers Buller, the
great English military tyrant who is
to have absolute control of all his
countrv's military movements in the
war, is yet upon the sea on his way to
the field, but the English are gallant
ly commanded by General White.
It seems that General Joubert, the
Boer chief commander, is too old for
the situation and unless he is changed
it is probable that the war will not
last as long as was at first anticipated;
but that he will be succeeded by a
younger and more active general is
reasonably sure, so that the war is
not yet closed and will not be until
the blood of many thousands of lives
shall have been shed upor. the plains
of South Africa.
Orange Free State, a sister repub
lic to the Transvaal, and which has
allied herself with that republic and
agreed to stand or fall with her, is
now ready for the fray also, and Pres
ident Steyn in a proclamation calling
upon his peopie to take up arms to a
man, urges them with the following
patriotic words: "We are fighting a
just war, and cannot be defeated, as
God is on our side." In the mean
time England is shipping more troops
to the field. Canada will send troops
if allowed, and Australia, away out in
-the middle of the Pacific, is eager to
contribute a big share of the troops
to carry on the war.
While England knows that she will
inevitably win, yet she is also aware
that she is fighting without a sem
blance of right on her side, her sole
patriotism being inspired by a greed
for gold and more territory, and that
she is fighting two little countries
who are backed against the wall, so
to speak, an-i who expect to die in
their tracks defending their liberties.
England knows that her success will
not be based upon right, but upon
might, and realizing this she is mass
ing more troops in South Africa than
Wellington had when he defeated
Napoleon at Waterloo, or as many as
the Confederate States ever had at
one time. She has already in time
past slaughtered perhaps as many
African natives in her conquest of
territory as were killed in our great
civil war. She is now stalking abroad
upon the face of the earth seeking all
small countries whom she may de
vour, and ours is the only English
speaking country on the globe which
does not pay her tribute. Would
she have us do it also, if she could?
Possibly so. But in her South Afri
can policy she is strengthened by our
policy of aggression on the Philippine
question. England and the United
.States are now friendly, and hand-in
hand, the governments of the two
greatest couni ries on earth stand with
pohcies of unjust and aggressive con
quest, call it the march of civilization.
It is not unreasonable to say that
this policy of communism and social
isni displayed by great countries is
but an index to the communistic feel
ing growing among their individual
citizenship. This feeling may be in
miniature now, but it is on the in
crease, and if it continues to grow,
who can say but that the day may
come wLen a great centralization of
nations by conquest will have taken
place, and that when this is done a
centralization of wealth will follow,and
that the vivid dreams of Ignatius
Donnelly, describing a destruction of
the government and the erection of
"uCesar's Column," made of dead
bodies and cement, as large as an
Egyptian pyramid, may be realized ?
Or who can say but that England and
the United States, if they continue in
their policies of unjust conquest, may
follow in the footsteps of Greece and
Rome? Greece and Rome were
mighty and ruled the world, but the
Greece and Rome of those days are
no more. Will England and the
United States follow in their foot
steps and allow history to repeat
STATE OF OHIO, CITY OF TOLEDQ,
FaNE J. CUENEY makes oath that he is
the senior partner of the firm of F. J. CHE
NEY & Co., doing business in the city of
Toledo, county and State aforesaid. and
that said firm will pay the sun of Our
Hundred Dollars for each and every case of
catarrh that cat not be cured by the use of
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Fm:ANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before ue and subscribed in my
presence, this 6th day of December, A. D.
A. W. GLEASON,
sEAL Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Care is taken internally and
acts directly on the blood and rmucous sur
faces of the system. Send for testimonials,
free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
FACTS ALONE COUNT.
Some of the newspapers are jump
ing on Mr. Ouzis for disclosing the
peculations of the State board of con
trol, after he was discharged from
the service; they contend, that had
Ouzts not lost his job he would have
winked at the rottennes. Be that
as it may, the propriety of Ouzts' ac
tion or conduct, like the Mikados'
fliwers that bloom in the spring-time
has nothing to do with the case. Has
Ouzts t! tue truth? If he has,
then Miles, Haselden andL Robinson
are not only unfit to hold positions of
I trust but should be prosecuted to the
full extent of the law. If Ouzts has
lied, then he should be prosecuted fer
libel and punished with the laws, dull
penalty. Because Ouzts kept quiet
'hile he was employed nry not show
up well for him personally, but that
does not lessen the crime against the
accused if he speaks the truth. True,
it looks like a case of turning State's
evidence, and such a witness' state
ment should be carefully considered,
nevertheless if his statements are cor
roberated by indisputable proof, such
as records, and other evidences, his
testimony is as good as that of a man
who aid not "Peach" because of los
ing his job. T1he legislature will ap
point a committee to investigate the
dispensary,- and we sincerely hope
they will begin at the beginning, and
not stop until every transaction has
been thoroughly sifted. They should
be empowered to send for books and
papers, be given the services of in
attorney not connected ofilcially' with
the government, and empowered to
employ detectives and every other
means to ascertain whether or not
there wvas any stealing and who the
thieves ore, and then when they have
fond sufficient evidence, require the
chairman of the committee to immed
iately cause the arrest of the parties
against whom they have obtained evi
dence. If the right kind of men are
appointed they will hew to the line,
letting the chips fall where they may,
and then the dispensary will be man
aged in the future free from scandals.
We believe the dispensary can be put
under a system that will give satisfac
tion; the present system will have to be
revolutionized, by the legislature, and
should that body fail, the people will
take hold and do the revolutionizing.
At the last session the writer in
troduced a bill to permit the people
in the respective counties to vote on
the questions Dispensary, Prohibi
tion, High License, the bill wvas de
feated, but wve have never lost hope
in the final success of the measure.
If the people of a county vote for the
dispensary system, and the manage
ment is put into the hands of a local
board to buy the goods, and to see
after the enforcement of the law, the,
law would be better looked after and
there would be less room for scan
das. On the other hand if the peo
pl vote "Prohibition" there would be
no legalized liquor selling and those
voting out the liquor would feel large
ly responsible for the enforcement of
the law. Then where a county like
Charleston or Richland vote "IHigh
License," the local authorities issuing
the licenses would be forced to pro
tect their licenses and thus crush
out the illicit traffic so common and.
wide open in Charleston and Colum
bi. Under existing conditions the
lawless sale of liquor in Charleston
and other cities, teaches and encour
ages the violation of all other lawv; if
the disregard for law was contined to
the cities, those living in the rural
districts need not complain, but the
thing is spreading, and as our city
defiance creeping into the country
until our courts are taxed to their
utmost capacity. If the people were
permitted to saN what they wanted,
and their desires expressed at the
ballot box gratified, we honestly be
lieve there would soon be a vast im
provement, and the political air puri
fied from the reeking scandials now
A Woman's Leftei.
Cooidge, Ky., Ang. 21. Is98.
New Spencer 31edieine Co.: Since writ
ing you in Julv. I have continued to use
Benedicta and am surpriseid at the resnit,.
Before usirg the remedy I suftfred from
womb troubles and a weak stomach. but th,
three bottles of Benedietaj has completely
CUred me. It is a great medicine for deli
cate women. IIls. H. R. GLrAT..
Sold by I. 13. Loryea.
Three hundred mules were lost iU
a typhoon while on their way to Gen.
Otis, but he still has plenty of obsti
Bismarck's Iron Nerve
Was the result of his splendid health.
Indomitable will and tremendous energy
are not found where stomach, liver, kid
neys and bowels are ont of order. If you
want these qualities and the snecess they
bring, use Dr. King's New Life Pills. They
devElop every power of brain and body.
Only 25c at R. B. Lorye ts drug store. 6
It will require the exercise of all of
Speaker Henderson's well known tal
ent for music to preserve harmony in
the next Congress.
A Remarkable Case.
Antioe. Mliss., Julv 1, 1898.
I want to thank yon for the great benefit
I have received from yur wonderful rei
edy, Benedicta. I was indneed to try a bot
tile, and it benetited me so much I ned an
other and I am now entirely well. There
is certainly no medicine like it and I can
recommend it to all wonen.
M Rs. BETTIE LANGssToN.
Sold by R. B Loryea.
The President declined to attempt
to prevent a war by England on the
Transvaal Republic. He is a human
itarian only as regards the Filipinos.
and use Chamberlain's colic, cholera and
diarrhoea remedy for all pains of the stom
aeb and all unnatural looseness of the bow
el. It always cures. For sale by It. B.
Loryea, druggist. 'janlay
Secretary Long will be able to keep
out of trouble just so long as he con
fines his remarks to "the flag" and
does not attempt to affix the seal of
"official heroism" on Sampson.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature of ,
The Pennsy-lvania League of iRe
publican Clubs has declared against
the civil service reform law, though
the way thbe law is administered under
this administration it hardly amounts
to enough to be worth donouncing.
Story of a Slave.
To be bound band and foot for years by
the chains of disease is the worst form of
slavery. George D. Williams of Mlanches
ter, Mlich., tells how such a slave was made
free. He says: "M1y wife has been so help.
less for five years that she could not turn
over in bed alone. After using tuo bottles
of Electric Ditters, she is wonderfully im
proved and able to do her own work." 'This
supremo remedy for female diseases quik-.
lv cures nervousness, sleeplessness. melan
cholv, headache, backache, fainting and
dizzy spells. This miracle working medi
cine is a Godsend to weak, sickly, run
dowvn people. Every bottle guaranteed.
Only 51) cents. Sold by R1. B3. Lorve-a,
Members of the Cabinet already
speak of our "empire" in their speech
es, and it looks as though imperial
ism would soon bring "lese majestic"
in its train. A man who tried to ask
a question at one of the President's
Mibigan meetings was clubbed by
the police, just like he would have
been in Germany'.
Coolidge, Ky., Aug. 1, 1898.
I have been suiffering with female trou
bles and was unable to get relief. I was
persuaded to try Benedicta and afte-r one
month's treatment I can recommend your
remedy to suffering women.
Sold by M:s. II. Rt. GaLInEAT.
Sod y . BI. Loryea.
Deplorable as may be the crushing
of the Transvaal Republic by the
British Empire, howv much more
shameful and unpardonable is our
establishment of a military despotism
in the Philippines by this Republic,
which until now stood before the
world for liberty, self government and
the rights of man.
.Preventedl A Tr'uagedy.
Timely information given Mfrs. George
Long, of New Straitsville, Ohio, prevented
a dreadful tragedy and saved tw. liv-es. A
frightful cough had long kept her awake
every night. She had tried many remedies
and doctors but steaily grew worse until
urged to try Dr. King's New Discov-ery.
One bottle wholly cured her, and she writes
this marvelous medicine also cured M1r.
Long of a severe attack of Pneumonia.
Suh cures are positive proof of the match
less merit of this grand remedy for curing
all throat, c-her-i and lung troubles. Only
50c and $1.00. Every bottle guarenteed.
T1rial bottb'-s free at the iR. B. Loryea drug
Girls who w~ear short cycling skirts
are built tdifferent from the ones that
he indYouHave Always Boght
The y oun g man with a slender sal
ary~ shiould always nmarry a girl with a
.C UBA N OlIL ares
Cuutrstsb Burns, Bruises, Rheu
matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents.
PlaopsNUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep
E + sia, Constipation and Indi
gestion. Reguhttes the Liver. Price, 25 cts.
Sol by R. B. Lorypa.
The health-restorer and health-main
tainer, Dr M A Simmons;;' liver ndicine,
strengthens thie nerves, maukes -yon plump
a in tomely, arni emitih the cmpht-xion
with iiature's eboice-t colors. Sold' by Dr
W .\! M rocknto:.
"I wtisLI to xpri-e V tha kS t.o i i
ufni-tarers of Chj::jberh;Li' Cs Oive, Chtoh-ra
ar . D.arrhotia Ieiiiedy, for haviig put on
the market sneh a wonlderfilul DUicine,"
says W. X. M sSingill. ofeaumont. Texats.
'lhlre are tliiniy thionsalds of Imothers
whose chiluren have hb en saved from at
h:eks of lvsenrtterv an,! ebolera infantiim
Who anli t also fel thankful. It is tor sale
It th e . B. R Lor ; (1 rug store.
-a _63 Ir C1 . X ,a
.ars the Ie K;d You Ha Abas BoL :
The thing, that make women sit
down and cry make men get up and
Qiick, easv labor and rapid recovery are
gunaranteed by use of Siullmlons5' Squaw Vine
Wine or Tablets. -Sld by Dr W M Brock
Marriage-The fatal terminati-,n of
the desease called love.
Chlanibrla:in's cough iremeld v hait: saved
the lives of thonsands of croniy children.
It is also withult. an equal for co! IS and
whooping cough. For sale by i. 1. Lor
ri [jay lay
Cannibals enjoy having a preacher
for lunch more than any other class
Dr M A Simmons' liver medicine quick
ens the appi-t, aidls digestion, gives tone
an-i vigor to all the funit:ons and fortifies
thle s-'stem agaoins.t epidemlic inflarne-les.
Sold by Dr W M -ockinjton.
Some of the most successful men
trust in the Lord and work for the
"It did me, more good thlin anything I
ever used. My dyspepsia was of months'
stinding; alter eating it was terrible. Now
I am well," writ,-s S l' leener, Iloisington,
Kas , of Kidi Dyspepsia Cure. It digests
what you eat. ) 0 RLam-, Sununwrton;
Dr W 31 ;oa-kintonl, minig. -
A man seldom wears his trousers
out at the knees praying for work.
W A Dvches, Whalev, S C. writes: Have
used Dr 31 A Sinmons' liver medicine 10
yeairs for indigestion, had colds and tirei
teelings. One dealer sold me Zeilin's, sav
ing it was the same, but I will not be fooled
again. Sold by Dr W M Brockinton.
Secret-Sometbing a woman is in
a hurry to tell her friends.
Eat plenty, Koiol )yspt-psia Cure will
digest what yon eat. It cures all forms of
dyspepsia ;i;d stonmeh tronbles. E R
Gamble, Vernon, Tex , svs: "It relieved
rne from th- start ail cnred lme. It is iw
my everlas-ing f)iind." 0) Rhatue,
Snulertou; Dr W M Brock;iton, Mat
On the 10th oll Dcmnber, 1897. Rerv. S.
A. Donbahoe, pastor .l. E Church, South,
Pt. Pleasitit, W. Va , cootracted a severe
coil whicli was attendet from the begin
ning by violent coMghing. le says: "After
resortice to a nuamber of so called 'specifies,'
nsuailly kep t in the honse, to no purpose.
I purchased a bottle of Chatuberlains Congh
Remedy, which acted like a charm. Inmost
cheetfnlly recommend it to the public"
For sale at t e Rh. 13. Loryea drug store.
R. B. Loryea
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Propr.
Sign of Golden
MANNING, S. C.,
Beg to announce to their many
friends and patrons in Manning and
Clarendon and adjoining counties
that they will continue the business
on the old lines and methods adop
ted by their predecessors. With
A Prestige of a Quarter of a Century,
Which has in all that time been
characterized by H-onest, Fair and
We ask for a continuance of the
confidence extended to the old firm,
assuring our friends that their repu
tation for conscientious dlealing will
be maintained and the public can
feel satisfied that
Nothing but what is Absolutely Pure
WVill enter into prescriptions com
pounded by themi. The same can be
said of their preparations produced
in their laboratory.
Further, we will add that the R. B.
Loryea Drug Store will be perp~etu
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Propr.,
MANNING, S. C.
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN MORTAR
With Neatness and Despatch
R. A. WHITE'S
I lipair stove-s, pup andh run wi aiter
pip s or I will puit down a new pump l
If you need anyi 5olderin g done give mie
L A ME.
.\v horse is bhin-. WXhy? Becaus- I did
not have- it shod by IR. A. White, the man
that puts on such neat shoes and makes
horses travel with so mueh ease.
We Make Them Look New.
We are miaking a specialty of repainting
old buggies, carriages, road carts and wag
Cu me an .1 see mue. My prices will please
vou, andl I guarantee all of my work.
Shop on theecorner below R, 3. Dean's
R. A. WHITE,
MANNING, S. C.
Cnulesd beumes thehafr
~..Xever asto estoreGrayI
Harto its Youthful Color.
Cucapd $1es x irtaig
Remember That -
IS NOW ON
And Will Last Until the 15th of November
and every Purchaser Who Comes to the
Manning Market This Month Should not
Fail to See What He Has to Offer, for it
Will Repay You for the Time Spent.
Call and see the great values he has to offer in Gent's.
Boys' and Children's Clothing, Shoes andl Hats.
100 BAC(24 S R IC E.
We wish to call special attention to the great value we
offer inl Rice.
100 bags of good Rice, 100 pouind sacks, at $2.75 sack.
Greatest offer we have ever made in Rice.
100 BOXES TOBACCO.
You have only to come and sample our Long Cotton and
Wild Duck plug Tobacco, in 10-pound boxes, to be convinced
that this is one of the best bargains we have ever offered
:-2 1-2c per pound, by the box only. Try a box and if you
are not pleased we take the tobacco and give you your money.
1,000 Bushels Rice Flour.
We have iust received one car of 1,000 bushels of nice
new Rice Flour at -30c per bushel, in lots of 5 and 10 bushels,
but in small lots we are compelled to ask 3-5c per bushel for
it.. As a feed for horses, hogs and cattle it has no equal. It
will fatten your meat hogs quicker and cheaper than anything
else you could give them. Try a small quantity and we
guarantee you will buy more of it,
ONE WORD TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
Owing to the poor gardens in this neighborhood we will
keep a nice line of things in our Grocery Department to help
out the housekeepers, such as Dried Apples at 10c per pound;
nice Evaporated Peaches at 12 1-2c per pound; Irish Pota
toes at 30c !)er peck; best Elgin Butter at 30c per pound;
fine Mountain Butter, fresh and sweet, at 20C. per 1b.
All kinds of Canned Goods at the way Jenkinson sells
W. E. JENKINSON.
FIRST SPECIAL SALE
For the Season of 1899
History repeats itself, so we are going to repeat our successes of former y'ears and
hold a S3!3.CI T.S 3s that our patrons will remnemb er fir
yers to come.
Don't forget the dates,
Wednesday, Oct. 25, and Thursday, 26.
On these two days we expect to give you the opportunity to purchase everything
yon need in the shape of Dry Gooods, Notions, Cloaks, shoes. Clothing, Hats and For
nishing Goods, at rrices that defy competition. It is impossible to enumerate all the
bargains thast are in store for yon on these two days, but the following prices will give
you an idea of how cheap we are going to sell everything at this Special Sale.
75 dozen guaranteed 4-ply Linen Collars, 5 pieces Henrietta, in aL colors, 36
al styvles an d siz.-s, att 5c. inebes-, 26S 1-2c.
40 dozen gnaranteed 41-ply Linen Call". 4 pieces Wool Pli Dress :oods at 27c.
both huts anid plain, all sizis, at l1c. 10 pieces Wool Plaid Dress Goods at 2:>c
5 dozen Newport Gairt-rs, assorted col- 2 piieces Diagonal, extra valne, at 32 1-2c.
ors, at e. 3 pice Piidls, extra vaine, at 39:.
a pice Plaids, extra value, at 47c.
S OX. 8 pieces Covert C oth, extra value, at 49c.
1 piece Ulue Brillantine, 49e.
50 dos, sox, aissorted colors, 4c per p.air. 1 piece Bliue Briliantine, 62 1-2:.
50 doz Sox, assoi tedl Clors, 4e ler piu Navy Bine Seraes, 10, i5Se and (12 1 2:
50 do'z Sox, assorted colors, t ii x in 1*ay, 54 inches Flanniel, in all coliors. atL 43:
at 71e per pair. Silch Ladles' Cloth, in al cilors, :t 61k
25s doz Sox, Bback and Tian, it 7.c ie per . Oversnit Paettera are 5:3 79, $5 25, $G.5i,
25 doz Six, Black and Tan, at 'Je p- r pr- $7.75 'an Si
Wool Six at 221c.
10 doz Blaick Alpine Hats, biiund edges lc mcsa12-.
and wide band, at 49c. 2pee aisa ~e
20 d< z Brown Alpine IlItts, bound edlgis4 lO5Cihirct23
a ; wide batl, at 49e.cLfievB!iitn a 2~
10 doz Nutria Al pine hift., blutui edges
ani wide han .1, at 43:.1 t2Ic
3 dlz cach Black, l;rowen :awl 1earl Hat-', 2 icsAl i* lntiiI
at 733..)5 .
5 d ;:1U ack amn limown Aip: in Hat'. at.1-.
10 doz .31dunuw Siapi' All- W i! Ha:ts, it l hedii
3 dcz 1sack and Brown Derbyvs, latest c
'lja es, regtilr $25S,.ilit werie bnodld $2 rco.tS 12
by i ak~e Mannffecturer-s lios~s i i or 2$.
gin. We arc selling this liit at $2. *. ' 13)
Sechnd r1 dniit tins o n a iti-r gradeS HO S-~ aoi
Sue, oi. tjis sle, 2u'. o to5 p i r waey at th2r 1- th2.o te
Ots, *i~~~c. It~ ioees li ee ii11 vncn cr arare
Scotch ~Vo~1 Glei-sfat 2y:,riliaantine bi 32i
Ki loe t :. tc $ :3 1 - 1a " "vecoa5s
All ivlts (i F~ccu'Linc Ciovesat pics \l W ' i n oiena lo4o1: lo
Chl prices. pect-paini t tt en, eat :19e, well
CooedDes ods peiec segl ;j .eh41 ,5.,0 an
it)piees hai I~ss( ils:tt7.pics os -Tro7 ses .
exeri i the Howr. u t1 c cih . a SHOES.-Orrsr.we Bar a
Glo~ nI avhs Counter.t
25 ez ind .erey hahGives(m n tc W . h' fivr b -eiun. abl toar d "oLD pe
fa-:tue' smlis) ansotedi cobrs, cih s cipa ~CK. soct wen a lln gts tw het o three
5i doz pi D in l oesan-y .r te d o l a nd ttemg o ha :tste. wl big
ors 4c.' f ou can bei itlu cain * i sieete au care
Scoch WolG oe'tdiD ti4 e a ba ir. in
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... FOR ...
MEN & BOYS.
IF YOU WEAR
Then you want to come and see my offering in this line.
Not since this old town was incorporated has there been
such a complete line of Wearables to select from. They
are at prices that will make you smile to hear us quote
them. Ve have
Doubled Our Stock of Sh(es
And they are the best that leather can make or money
All kind and quality, at any price you want them,
25c. to $5.00.
-No trouble to suit you.
Watch this space next week. We will tell you some
Our prices are below others-our goods are equalled
Yours without exaggeration,
CE IE KENDALL.
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