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LOUIS APPELT. EDITOR.
MANNING, S. C.:
WEDN ESDAY. JAN. 31. 1900.
Pt' ~LLI1E E.1,y NVEI)ESD)AY.
SUBSClill'TO7N RATES:
One Year .... - . --...... . $1.50
Four Movths- - -.- -----
ADVERTISING 1ATES:
One square, one time. $1; each subse
quent insertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and
Tributes of Resper charged for as regular
advertisements. Liberal contracts made for
three, six and twelve months.
Communications must be accoUpanie
by the real name and address of thO writer!
in order to receive attention.
No commun:cation ot a personatl cbar
&eter will be publshed except a an adver
tisemeut.
Entered at the Post Offie a: \tanning as
Second-Class Matte
Copies ,t tb;1 aper mayi be found on
file at n a i. the ofice of our spe
cial comt'1-ilt- -. G. Siggers, 18 F
street. N. n . ashington, D. C.
Senator Appelt's local option bill
came up on its merits in the Senate
yesterday, but was lost by a vote of
25 to 12. Senator Appelt had little
hopes of getting the measure through
the Senate, but made a very strong
argument. in its favor and was well
supported by Senators Barnwell of
Charleston, Livingstone of Marlboro
and other good debaters.
Ben Tillman made things lively in
a speech in the Senate Monday on
the Philippine question. His ar
raignment of McKinley and his ad
ministration in their war policy was
one of the strongest that has yet been
made, and he is seconded by many
republican Senators, who believe j-.st
as he does. le was attentively list
ened to while he delived a strong
speech.
Brigham H. Roberts, the polvga
mist Congressman from Utab, was
expelled from the House of Represen
tatives last week by a vote of about
four to one, or rather he was not al
lowed to be sworn in at all. Roberts
possesses three wives, and openly and
brazenly defended himself for having
them. It is a burning shame upon
the nation even that there were a few
men in Congress who wanted him
seated.
The situation looks anything but
pleasant for the British in South
Africa, and the London government
has called off the war dogs br ten
days or two weeks to wait for rein
forcements to reach the field. In the
mean time it is to be hoped that the
Boers will make use of the halt and
give them a severe blow. England
is somewhat despondent over the sit
uation, and thousands of fresh troops
are on their way to Africa. England's
casualties so far are nine thousand
five hundred, of which about t wenty
five hundred have been killed, four
thousand eight hundred wounded,
and the rest captured- There is no
justice in the war that England is
waging against these poor Boers, and
speaking not from a spirit of human
ity of course, which is seldom an ele
ment in war, but from a desire to see
retribution, we hope the Boers will
make England pay dearly for the
Transvaal before she captures it.
During the fall of 1901 Charleston
proposes having an industrial exposi
tion, to last as long as the festival
shall be reasonably well patronized,
and for the purpose of bringing the
commercial and other advantages of
that city and the entire State promi
nently before the country. This is
eminently a good move on the part
of the old city. Charleston has, dur
ing the past few years, brought much
censure upon herself at the hands of
the people of the rest of the state
Her pretended enforcement of the
dispensary law, while her whole po
lice system secretly winked at the
blind tiger element; the rottenness
which she has allowed to creep into
her jury system, thereby resulting in
many flagrant miscarriages of justice
and the mistaken and conceited opin
ion of the average Charlestonian that
Charleston was the only place on thle
globe, and that people in the rest
of the State were obliged to go there
to borrow money or buy goods-these
have merited for the old city nauch
that is not praise.
She sat down idly and allowed other
towns to take almost her entire cotton
trade away from her while Richmond,
Baltimore, Lynchburg, and other
towns are coming right here at Char
leston's doors and selling goods that
she ought to be selling. But Char
leston seems to be taking on new
energy, and for that reason she is en
titled to be forgiven for her past sins.
The News and Courier has entered
upon a campaign of jury reformation
and general upbuilding, and the
young men, such young business men
as Col. W. B. Wilson and many
others, hav'e determined to put new
life into many lines of Charleston's
industries. 'We are thus encouraged
to look for many improvements in
the State's old metropolis. There are
many reasons why all South Carolina
should love old Charleston. She is
our Charleston. For historic memo
ries she ranks with any city of the
country, and perhaps no town speaks
purer English or preserves more of
the provincialisms of former and
more chivalric days. It has been
said of her that in proportion to her
population she has more wealth than
any city in the country, and her deep
water advantages entitle her to rank
with the best shipping points on the
Atlantic coast. In her efforts to place:
herself among the foremost cities of:
the country she is to be congratulat
ed and encouraged, and when she has:
her industrial exposifion it will be
the proper and patriotic thing for
every good South Carolinian to speak
a good word for Charleston and by
attending the festival help her make
merry the many visitors from other
Capital Correspondence.
SFNATE CHAMBER,
Columbia, S. C.. Jan. 27, 1900. 1
I have read the communication
from Pinewood signed by the Intend
alt and Wardens of that town, and
will endeavor to explain the criticism
with reference to Magistrate Ragin's
conduct. An alarming telegram had
been sent to the Governor, who had
to have definite information before
he could act, and he being anxious to
act promptly, wired back to Magis
trate Ragin for definite information.
To this he received no response.
Later a telegram came from a citizenl
to me. Immediately I called UpOn
the Governor, showed him the tele
gram and stated that the emergency
was great, for I felt satisfied the sen
der of the telegram would not have
sent it unless conditions warranted it.
1 was asked "why do not these peo
ple call on the sheriff Y" My reply
was that "these people had never
had a sinuilar experience and had
probably considered the Governor
the proper source to ask for relief."
The 6overnor then ordered the mili
tarv department to make the neces
sarv arrangements to comply with
the request in the telegram to me.
Other telegrams came, but none from
Magistrate Ragin, and that officer's
silence mystified things considerably.
The affair created considerable con
cern, and was the main topic dis
cussed in the hotel. The questiou
was put to me several times, "why
does not the magistrate answer the
Governor's telegram!' to which I
had no answer, as I was as much in
the dark as they. Under the circum
stances it can be seen how easily the
silence of the magistrate could be
criticised. The comment that he bad
taken to the swamp with his fright
was, no doubt, jocularly made, nev
ertheless it was made by some of the
bystanders who did not know the
man. Of course my absence from
home caused me not to be in posses
sion of the full facts and conditions,
and it was not until I read the com
munication in the last issue of THE
TIMEs that I learned why it was that
Magistrate Ragin did not answer the
Governor's telegram, and I am free
to say that if I had been placed in a
similar position I can see how I
might have acted as he did during
an excitement; nevertheless he was
badly advised. After having sent
the first telegram he should have an
swered the Governor. I did not
share in the belief that Mr. Ragir
had taken to the swamp, for I have
known him nearly all of my life and
have had occasion to see a test of his
bravery, and I would be the last one
to reflect upon his manhood. I at
tribute his action to inexperience in
such a trying ordeal, and the mis
taken advice given to him to not an
swer the Governor's telegram.
Representative Woods has intro
duced a bill to exempt the townships
of Mt. Zion, Brewington and St.
Mark's from the operation of the
stock law during certain months
This bill was accompanied by a pe
tition from citizens in those town.
ships.
The delegation at its last meeting,
after getting a complete statement
of the county's income, has deter
mined to reduce the county levy one
mill, which, I am satisfied, will be
sufficient to run the county, if eco
nomically administered.
I have had passed to a third read.
ing a bill to require the sheriff tc
perform the duties of constable foi
the magistrate at Manning without
additional compensation-a saving
of S200.
I have also had passed a bill pro
viding asalarv of $1,000 per year for
te Cerk of Court, all fees now al
lowed by law to go into the treasury
This. I believe, will save the taxpay
ers in the neighborhood of $1,000 per
year. The bill has passed, but on
account of an amendment to which
it is attached, being incomplete, it
was referred to a committee on free
conference of whi-ch I am chairman
It is therefore reasonably sure it will
become law.
Representative Richardson is on a
committee to regulate a schedule of
salaries for county officers threagh
out the State.
Representative Jones is determined
to press his seed cotton license bill,
and although I am anxious that he
succeed. I do not believe that he will
this session.
It was my good fortune to have a
visit from Mrs. Appelt this week, and
on account of her visit we became
the guests at the executive mansion,
where we were delightfully enter
tained.
Mr. Frank Barron was one of the
visitors to the Senate chamber this
week, and we also were visited by
Clerk of Court J. H. Timmons and
Mr. C. T. Ridgeway.
Solicitor 'Wilsoni and Miss Lucie
Barrou are at their respective posts
in the engrossing department. A
$100 REW AR D $100.
The readers of this paper will be pleased
to leairn that there is at least one dreaded
disease that science has been able to cure in
all its stages. and that is catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure
known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
being a constitutional disease, requires a
con'itutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally. acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces ot the
system, thereby destroying the foundation
f the disease, and giving the patient
strength by building up the constitution
and assisting nature in doing its work.
The proprietors have so much faith in its
curative powers that they offer one hundred
dollars for any case that it fails to cure.
Sena for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists. 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
With base ball players it's three
strikes and out; but with a labor
union it's one strike and out.
No RIght To Ughiness.
The woman who is lovely in face, form
and temper will always have friends, but
one who would be attractive ruust keep her
health. If she is weak, mekty and all run
down, she will be nervous and irritable. If
she has constipation or kidney trouble, her
impure blood will cause pimples, biotches,
skin eruption and a wretched complexion.
Electric Bitters is the best medicine in the
world to regulate stomach, liver and kid
nys and to purify the blood, it gives
strong nerves, bright eyes. smooth velvety
skin, rich comiplexion. It will make a good
looking, charming woman of a run-down
invalid. Only 50) cents at IR. B. Loryea's
drug store.
The turtle may be slow, but he
usually gets there in time for the
soup.
Quick Results.
Coolidge, Ky.. Aug. 1, 1$98.
I have been suffering with female trou
bles and was unable to get relief. I was
persuaded to try Benedicta and after one
month's treatment I can recommend your
remedy to suffering women.
IMRS. H. H. GILBEATH.
Sold by R. B. Loryea.
The paving material of hell con
sists of good intentions and unpaid
election bets.
Bismnarck's Iron Nerve
Was the result of his splendid health.
Indomitable will and tremendous energy
are not found where stomach, liver. kidlney
and bowels are out of order. If you want
the qualities and the success they bring.
use Dr. King's New Life Pills. They de
velop every power of brain and body. Only
Quarterly Report of Couiity Superyik ..
The following Report of Claims, approved from the 1st day of October,
1899, to the 20th day of January, 1900, inclusive, showing the number, in
whose favor, for what purpose, and the amount, is published in conformity
to the Act of the Legislature in 1497:
1899. No. NAME AND PURPOSE. AM'T.
DATE.
Oct. 7258,R T Harvin, overseer chaingan258 :2
259R A Hair guard ehaingang..... . .......
260;Billy Dyson, coroner's constable 2 (01
261IBilly Dyson. coroners constable . 00
2621P E Ridgeway, Jr., ennstable 16 66
263J WV Barrow, towiiship) comumissioner 10......... t 0o
264' C Turbeville, snpplies for pauper 4 00
265: 1, Stidhiam. superintendent poor house ...-S*** 75
26A 1) Rhainc, burying pauper.................... ...... 2 00
267:W J Turbeville, lumber.......... ............... .... 56 28
268!A P) Ragin, magistrate ... ..................... 833
1269J H Lowder, cons;table . ..... ........................ 6 25
12~ 270-E B Brown, clerk's salary.. .............12 50
2714) J a i , overseer jail dieting ........................ .) 62
272J W McLeod echaingang and poor house accounts 1 106 99
16 273J H Timyons, comnis sionst.abl .......................20 lo
21 274B F Ridill, conveying crisoner0.... .
P 27518 J Bowman, balance on court expnse................216 4)
276W Scott Harvin, lumber ...........................26 4)
277R M Strange, furnishing pauper.....................9 80
A Rich, beef for chaingan .................... 4 0
- NAV T Tobias, coroners constable .....................2 00
WJ Turbeville, holdi inquest........................8 50
Nov. 21 281 E C iekson, magistrate... ...... ..................25 00
282!E J rowne, surveying............................22 50
4283:S L Stidham, work for pauper.................... 1 7
284 L Stidham carrying chain for surveyor .............. 4 00
$5;3 M Windham, wood, stamps, etc ................ .... 8 60
286J H Mahone,-, work on bridge...................... 10 00
287~a nin H..... .... 4 0
5ardware Co., tools for chaingang . 21 18
86!R A Hair, guard chaingang......................... 16 68
293 T Harvin, overseer chaingang.....................277
290Jno. 2 Lesesne, clerk's salary............ ....... 12 50
271D R Reeves, hay for chaingang.................... 11 6
21JHW TimoEvans & Cogswell, stationery ............ ... 3 621
2173;L L Wells, Superintendent Education, salary ......... 37 50
10 294D J Bradham, paid for blood hounds xes................ 1 5000
25J W McLeod, jury and witness certificates. .......... 14 40
2 296J P Andrews, coroner ape....... ................ 11 00
297 J AP Andrews. coroner.................... . ..... 100
29SNVE Brown & Co., medicine and miedical attention .... 14 90
299IM W icrha on ..... ................ ............... 1 00
3001J 1 Stidham, coffin for pauper....................... 4 50
Dec. 2 301:E C Dickson, magistrate.............................. 25 00
4J0218S L Stidham, work for pauper. ...................... 1 50
3032 F Richbour, magistrate ...........cios e .............. 4 0
304 F Richbourg, magistrate.... ..................... 8 33
303 D Levi, tools .. ........................ ........... 5 82
306Estate M, Levi, jail account.........................1 60
307 Estate M Levi, poor house account.................. 6 00
30 nCarrian Bro . n luber ...ar .......................... 7 69
30291 J A & C C Vay, hmber....... .................... 2 83
210 r, Evansiger, examining lunatier....................10
293LM J Turbeville, lumber Eun............ ............... 1 50
312'S C Turbeville, supplies for pauper.................. 10 00
3132 J F Lowder, constable................................. 12 50
314 Louis Appelt, printing advertising, etc............... 168 93
317H B Bateman, constable .............. . ...... 6 20
316 E Ridgewa, Jr, constable ............ ......... 10 66
317 R M Strange, supplies for pauper ... ............... . 50
318D R M Strange, supplies for chaingang.................. 7 11
3191 L W~ells, Superintendent Education, salary .. ........37 50
320S L Stidham, making coat for pauper............. 1 50
320no. V Lesesne, clerk's salary......................... 1 30
322.Walker, Evans & gswell Co, stationery, etc........... 8 29
323 C R Felder, county commissioner..................... 1 70
324 E J Turbeville, county commissioner ... ....... ... 65 50
32A P Ragin, magistrate ............. .............. 16 66
326 N WilCon, insurance.......... .................... .26 00
327 B T Harvin, overseer chaingang ................ 27 00
32 R A Hair, guard chaingang ............................. 15 00
9 3291 L Tells, stamps r................. ............ 1 93
330J R Robinson, constable ..... ......................... 12 50
331T Robinson, constable ............d i .............. 18 73
332 J P Andrews, coroner................ .............11 00
16A333 P Andrews, coroner............................. 11 0
21 B333J P Andrews, coroner ............................. 11 00
2 3341 P Andrews, coroner ........... ................... 11 00
335 A P Ragin, holding inquest ......................... 50
336 S P Stiha, corongr' contfoaer.................2 50
331JnW Lesese, coroer's cosale......................12 50
323 33 RV TFelder, corner' conmstabler.......... ........ 81 70
325 A H Barro, buidgisrid.................... .........51 00
328 34R Andare,ur cronr............................. 15 00,
9341 L L Wells, suaprintendent.................y..........34 50
33 E C Dikson, conistate........... ................2 50
331 P E Roinsony , constable........... ......... .....318 35
332 Jhe Anrws ofrner. not.......tir .................. 119 83
16nv A333J C Ones, Scorvisr, salary.......................000 00
2333JP Ronsonw, contable .......... .... .... ........12 00
3341 J RicAndr, magitrat.................... .... 21 00
22335A J Raino, o aig inste.........................25 50
33 E5 F Mathisu, conrsabletable.............. .......18 70
337: W Richobias, conrsabletable..... .......... .. .....6 00
338 B T Tobias, orseer' chantable........ ..............2 00
23 3 J Haro, gurdchingarige........................15 00
30 34 J P Gibbons, coroner... constabl......... ...........21 00
341 L P Wurell,peisrtenet.Eduationsalar..........107 50
33 E R icksonr, magistrate......... ..................25 00
344W T Eidey, onstaonstabl...... ..................733 00
362 The Btdam supernintendote por houstieproof.vault.999 75
Jny536 Jno CV Owen, per'sr salary.................123
34D T radhanso, constabetn... ... ...............190
:368 D J rchbour, comagistratic................14
366 A J Rahour, sheriffsralary...................700
367 A J rahour, mincdetrals...................198
351X J Frckio, mediale...... .... .hai........13
359W J Frckio, contande................... ...100
370 B T Harovino.erseemininglang.......... .....50
371 RJ Hinr, Cerk ofhaingang.................. 150
355 H TiH mony, ciescnsta le..........on..... ..280
373 r JM Fadgr, ostortm eamiatin............. 60 00
374Dr L ickonexainig lnatcs...............15 0
I 35 D G Dikso, pstmrte................ ....25 00
376 r X E row, mdicl sevics ad pstmrte.......82500
377C RBakr, ay or haigan...................13803
378,r IM Xood, pstmotem.....................18 00
6 37'DrI MX~ods.postortm........ ........... 5 00
380 H Smlin, wrk n bidg................... 6 00
381 r CB Gige, pstmotem....................51 00
382S MNexensuplie fo paper................ 2 00
383 H B Rbinsoan, constable............................. 6 25
357, J PGInos, coroners.costabl........ .............2 13
38 R L Tbellcksmaitwrkt........................... 1 60
359 JEningHardreg, o magstai...........................30 48
360 W T Strang, chnst ga nd...... poor.......t.....,......1075 0
3618 T CTOwens, postabe...................... ........' 1726
362 S LV Stid, cupeinagendn poor acous... ..... 87
390 S A iBraha, jl ~iet hingan................ 41 00
365 D J rhour, consteyn..nai......................41 75
366 D Jini fnda meission, speal. loan 35........ 00 00
367 D L Brasnoam, juotcients........... .......... ......21 00
363. B m Blcoone'scoableries tocanag.... 1 00
A390,D M Brockinto, meraminin..unati.................40 04
B371J H Tindons, Clrood Cor...........................312 00
373 WDr Jenkinadge, jutrytet.examinatio..............3500
374J Dr GRico, eaitrateunatics................ 15 33
,375DrA P Dainkon magstmrte em.................... 50
376:stat WM Brow, supesa forvicesper pototm... 3 00
3781Dr M Brisod, ps rvi e m.......................... 7 00
402 H M NSe, witnles tickaet..................... 2 00
433H B Bateman, constable............................. 6 25
Attst SuWpMcvitosh Cube..................... County
385 RV LsBell, lerk.mt ok............... 16
A 3ro 8n6 Mannig Hoadw a Co, c aingandupebd ..........t Cou48
Prf 8x Tr of Chirage, changngan poor mhlhaco ndif....... c10e me
388T Ow ns vpo tae...............................grip.". '1ho2
d 3n89lioi Wa' McLlieo, chingpang ands poweercounto....... 25omp acio
in3o90abe nS Rigy supples caingatinev.................... It cure
39su 1Je it F R c oldrgi wntbe ............................... p18u 75
18ic t392tnkin to und ommisionia speia gripand............ lung t00u
393o ort Sin g meiune pe co miIt istet on l a.......150
394om ch A frLn radsoff, o ticketm.e........................... giv00
A396 D M Bredham, umber........... ................ 40mm 64
397nce W a E noJentinson, reovryted, .............. 35
savd 9 d Atr bil taim n magistring,........................... on a 33rn
a 4dI 00l nEetae wihu Levi, spplis fo papr.......... 30
401dn strIAa M aLfor, serices am oemnt.adjr..... 70
t 4e0nve pRa MSra.ess witnet ss tikt.............. R50
)er~oia fvor.. OWENS
Attst Supvior Clsarndo C oudrn.
A Pr lanthicag Wutoiaspeks "I amindebted to OnineCog
Me ran. bt sin rupionrro fier myhaltvn e. It enredme
dnt. Ilhns Womian sAlvie, cine themk iad w hi ie otepop ci
alno old Carunin an Cough Rem e, say:!afths terfingemd.Icrs
bIlsffelons corns arter cldts wrinter Signough cofcop rnhts n
whichstradsenaed rundnt pneumoaI mnasrip.n hra n n ru
Bes trie diffren rthi. Drvu t peeme to __bes _Iary seprvetscosupton
grwreand ah.Ony2 te bdcin upret gmy tisheolhaaesrmdyhtgi
satemac. Aol bren advise Lorea to tryimmTeiano reslayer prucs usmer
Cha berains C nghRemdy nd 2 foun th DrWou BokitoManig
thea mlaant who tes for ftreedme i
uallonept srathingenir. recoverd,'-*
Thve mdctr's anbi stele, v time resfoer, droay staeme n ook ullpain of thmorn
canstIpaion nverl ie toublehs-sphe-ni .cn l nauaosns ftebw
meda itte again."Fnown seyt'R Ltter-es It alwayai curs Fo csat -itina
ay Rsr.D0RmSmetn rLrea drug store,. Isaac M Loryea, Propr. aedet
-V ---o - Fo Tnfn.ntsnand Chiren.
To the Farmers
And People Generally. E
WE~ AN3E DO)ING A
Cash Wholesale Grocery Business
ON THE MANNING TIMES BLOCK.
And will sell (iroceries in uiibrokeni packages. )on't order your G ro
ceries froim other towns before etting our prices, as we huy in SOLID
CA RS and can save you money.
We have a contract for 200 tons Cotton Seed Meal which we offer chea)
for cash.
We believe t at " -very citizen who has created or acquired a prodn(et
ought to have the option of either 1 p)lyNg it innuediatelv to his owi use
or selling it to whosoever on the surface of the globe wants to give him in
exchange the object of his desre.
Z
ITHE MANNING GROCERY COMPANY,
1/ Ilolesale Grocers,
NANNINU, - - - 5. C.
A HEALTHY BRIDE IS A HAPPY ONE.:
1,iriVERY woman is under obligations
to herself and the man she mar
ries to be in the most healthy con
dition possible. She should be free of
all female diseases and menstral irreg
ularities, because the condition of the
W ~ ~ -' fi wie makes or mars the home. Don't
I delay because you dread to consult a *
1 doctor, for a consultation is unnec
-- .essary. Get a few bottles of
a IJ EMALE
I ,~ GERSTLE'S PANACTA
Trade( . F. P.)xark.
and treat yourself in the privacy of
your home. It will cure you. If there
is any costiveness or indigestion, re
move it with a few mild doses of St.
ioseph's Liver Regulator. Write usl
ran'. instruct you, free of charge, how to
use these famous remedies.
MY WIFE HAS SUFFERED FROM WOMB TROUBLES
For more than eleven years. and has tried everything she eould get, as well as
eadotr.but nothing did her any g&ood. Last spring I commenced giving
eN rtl' Female Panacea which gave imimediate relief and benefited
her greatly at her monthly periods. W. E. TURNER. St. Stephens. Ala.
L. GERSTLE & CO., Proprietors, Chattanooga, Tenn.
Sold at The B. B. LrURo, 1=0ga . Lory, Prop
STILL MOVINO.
I am still handling considerable (quantities of Horses and
Mules. Will have in a car load of Mules on the 13th and a
car load of Horses in the early part of the coming week.
H. HARBY.
Sumter, S. C., January 11. l1900.
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
~, and has been made under his per
sonal supervision -since its infancy.
Allow no one to 4 seeive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes arc but Ex.
periments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops .
and Soothing Syrups. It is Hlarmiless and Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys W<,rms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoa and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation.
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
a Bears the Signature of
Thie KizidYoullHare Alway Bogt
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Insurance. Millinery, Mjj~inery.
[he Prudential Life Insurance Co.li ti~ utCartn aensvatto vsit
avinilanwry parlors, w'her* they will htive
Issues up)-to-date Life Policy. iitotslcting from aboann~l
ihe Palatine and Sun Fire Ins, Comipanies.i iziv-n t" -tvla.
There are none better. BONT
Also HEALTH AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE. FEMH ERS
Insure Against Sickness. FLOWERS R IBBONS
5 a year pays .. weekly indemnity. . inAl the Latest Trimmnir-.
10 - o - Mss S. E. MCDOINALD),
J. L. WILS rtManning. S. C. SUlMTFR, SC.
The Name on a Can
Or a package is not nearly so
imnport:.nt as the name and standing
of the dealer it is bought of. The
canner or packer may be hundreds
of miles away. The dealer is close at
home. You can go to hiiiml any day
and deiand attention to any short
comings of the goods. Every item
w sell is guaranteed by the maker,
a1nd to this we add our own guaran
te'-that ima-k-s you doubly safe if
vou huy here.
Wte want to say to the good people
of Manning that we atre large receiv
ers of everything known to the Gro
eerv trade.
IN RICE We have a larger stock
than many wholesale dealers and
can furnish all grades, from 2 cents
a pound upwards, in any quantity.
Samples mailed free on application.
HOLIDAY GOODS are now in de
mand and we have a full supply of
everything that is necessary for the
full enjoyment of this season.
Our stock comprises
RAISINS, CURRANTS, CITRON,
DATES, FIGS, NUTS, SHELLED
ALFIONDS, CRANBERRIES,
MINCE 11EAT, PLUt1 PUDDING,
CONFECTIONERY, ETC., ETC.,
and hundreds of other items.
We are offering, for CASH ONLY,
Standard Fine Granulated 50 LB.
Sugar at only............5 LU.
Orders filled for any quantity from
1 pound to a dozen barrels if you
want them.
We issue a monthly PRICE LIST
which will be gladly mailed you. It
contains much information in a small
space and is a valuable guide in or
dering your supplies.
WELCH di EASON,
Universal Providers,
185 & 187 Meeting & 117 Market Sts,
C-IARLESTON, S. C.
Buggies
Wagons
Roadcarts
Carriages
With Neatness and Despatch
- AT -
R. A. WHITE'S
Wheelwright and
Blacksmith Shop.
I repair stoves, pnups and run water
pipes, or I will put down a new pump
cheap.
If you need any soldering done give me
a call.
LAME.
My horse is laue. Why? Because I did
not have it shod by R. A. White, the man
tLat puts on such neat shoes and makes
horses travel with so much ease.
We Make Them Look New.
We are making a specialty of repainting
old bnggies, carriages, road carts and wag
ons cheap.
Come and see me. My prices will please
you, and I guarantee all of my work.
Shop on the corner below R. M. Dean's.
R. A. WHITE,
MANNING, S. C.
W A LSH'S
SHOE STORE
Sumter, S. C.,
Under Opera House.
Stoek recently closed out. Open
now with
iNew Stylish Shoes
From the best manufacturers. And
every pair of Shoes guaranteed. Six
teen years experience in this v'acini
tv.
~We know the Styles best suited to
the wants of the people.
Look for the City Clock.
Under it you will find the best Shoes
in the city. We have many good
customers in Clarendon, but we want
more.
Walsh's Shoe Store
A
Good
Clothing
Store
Is where you get the right
sort of Clothes without dan
ger of mistake. Our Clothes
are of the right sort, and you
wvill ap~preciate their excel
lence and smallness of cost.
We Make Clothes to Order
for those who prefer them.
Lasting Materials, proper fit
andl make and moderate pri
ces. Your orders will have
our best attention.
J. L DAVID & BRO~
S. W. Cor. King and Wentworth Ss.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
S. L. KRASNOFF,
GENERAL CONTRACTOR,
W~Xill furuish estimates and make con
racts for adl kinds of bu:lding and is tore
ared to contract for first class painting.
Address, S. L. KRASNOFF,
__Manning, S. C,
IPand W h sk ey abits
BR. H. .WOLLE 0o.
AZnanta. t~?. 'Alie. 104 North P.'Tor Ss.
R. J. FRANK GEIGERt,
DEN TIST,
MANNING, S. C
O- EPHi F. RtHAME,
A71 TC'RNEY AT LA4W,
rni~ii~ ANDCOPYRIGHS
ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY
Notice in "Inventive Age"
Book "How to o'tain Patents"ptn sserd
LCtrgs odrictly cofietial pAdesscrd
EGSGRSatnt La e r eassoD
"Sweet Bells Jangled
Out of Tune and Harsh."
Shakespeare's description fits thou
sands of women. 'They are cross, des
pondent. sickly, nervous-a burden to
themselves and their families. Their
sweet dispositions are gone, and they, like
the bells, seem sadly out of tune. But
there is a remedy. They can use
Mc[LREE'S
Wine of Cardui
It brings health to the womanly
organism, and health there means
well poisednerves, calmness, strength.
It restores womanly vigor and power.
It tones up the nerves which suffer
ing and disease have shattered. It is
the most perfect remedy ever devised
to restore weak women to perfect
health, and to make them attractive
and happy. $r.oo at all druggists.
For advice in cases requirig spec
ial directions, address, giving symp
toms, "The Ladies' Advisory De
partment," The Chattanooga Medi
cine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
REV. J. W. SM Camden, s. C.,
says --INY wife used Wine of Cardul at home
for alling of the womb and It entirelycured
MiANNING'S
ACHINE SHOP,
I have secured the services of Mr. J. S.
Bell, a first class machinist, and we are
prepared to repair all kinds of machinery,
and we are also in shape to do all kinds of
p1iin.bing at reasouable prices.
Wheelwrighting
AND
Blacksmithing
Done at my shop carries with it a guaran
tee to satisfy my patrons.
Receivos my special attention and I solicit
all kinds of work.
When you want anything in my line do
not fail to give me a cull.
R. L.* BELL4,1
MANNING, S. C.
Geo.S.Hacker& Son
Sas Weiht an Codsan
BuldrsiHrd ar.
Win d ig and Buc lssaSilng
ONION SETS!
>.RED AND WHITE *
Landnreth's Garden Seeds
RHAIE'S DRUG STORE,
SUMMERTON, S. C.
Land Surveying and Leveling.
I wili io 8no-3!ng, etc., in Clarendon
Call .t oniee or address at Samter, S. C.
P 0. Box 10ii.
JOHN R. HAYNESWORTH.
PyllyPetoralI
A QUICK CURE FOR
2 COUGHS AND COLDS*
~wVery valuable Remedy in all
LAA affections of the I
THROAT or LUNGS,
LA Large Bottles, s3c.
SDAV'IS & LAwRENCE CO., Limited,
THE
Bank of Manning,
MANNING, 8. 0.
Transacts a general banking busi
Prompt and special attention given
:o 'depositors residing out of town.
Deposits solicited.
All collections have prompt atten
Business hours from 9 a. mn. to 3
>. mn.
JOSEPH SPROTT,
L. LEVI, Cashier.
President.
IOARI) (F DIREcTOIsS.
~E. BROWN, S. M. NEISEN,
FOnEIr Snn/Virr A. LrT

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