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WE RE11LY AND THEN WE'RE DONE.
W~e have read thle article., ve
Ia t ini to the electio oil (e
zrates to the :ouiit~v and State
coflv&o't iofs. -whlichI w\ere publish -
ed in another paperi and as, thoY
do not cori.ioit with our ideas of
journ-alism we will not reply in
kind. As a journalist with a
reputation. we must have a re
gard for the public good and ig
nore that which we believe can
only atford amusment for a
'sic-em-jack" element. T h i s
new-ziaper is not in the sore
healing business, and will not
attempt to furnish ointments for
thie soothing_ of seabs.
Not to take a casual notice of
what has been said, however,
miiight be misunderstood. and
therefore we will make such
comments as we deem proper.
The results of the recent elec
tions have very evidently left a
bad taste in the mouth of some
body. and they are seeking to
,id themselves of the effect, by
using the public as a slop bucket,
as far as we are concerned, we
have nothing to complain of, for
we are accustomed to taking our
medicine just as it was adminis
tered on the occasions refered to.
The people of Clarendon un
derstand that when political is
sues arc involved, and "there is
an issue" made plain and clear,
cutby the address of State chair
man Jones of the Prohibition
Executive Committee. and the
public conferences of the local
Prohibitionists, the representa -
tives of these issues will not sit
quietly arnd submit to the oppo
sition having things their own
way: they will consult with
those entertaining similar views,
and when the test comes which
ever side has the majority, that
side wins. This is polities, and
their is no use disguising the
fact, it has alwayvs been done,
and it wxill continue: it is utter
elap trap to intimate that white
nien have been hood-winked or
tricked into votung against their
wishes, such intimations leave
an impression of soreness. In
the recent convention so wvail
ingly complained of, we assert
that we have no knowledge of a
prel iminary (-aucus, nor do we
believe there was any, nor do we
believe there was any prelimina-:
ry meeting held at which a ticket
for delegates was suggested or
agreed upon. In the past, when
certaini issues wei-e involved~cau
euses50 have been held and those
paiticipating wer-e pledged to
support the ticket chosen by a
majority of said caucus, but for
the recent convention there was
no such thing, and every dele
ate h: d the right to vote for
whom he pleased. What was
done. was in br-oad open day with
out any dai-k lantern methods,
and with the endorsement and
consent of 69) out of 9M member-s
of that convention. Thiere was
no dictation froni any source, a
number- of tickets were writ
ten and distributed, but that
leaves no room for thet in
timation that trickeir was re
sorted to: we have attended
nearly every politicalI conven
tion since 176. and we have vet
to attend one where tickets ar-e
no t Written forn tihe acco mmnoda -
tion and convenience of those
wishing~ to vote them. It is a
co nnnon practi-* for- de legates
to ask soine one whlo happens to
hate a p)encil and paper c'onven
ient to write a ticket for them,
and we have no doubt. but that
the writer of some* or afl of th
artiles referred to. has written
many a ticket to be voted byV
others himself. There~ is no
t-ickery in this, no man would
dare prepare. ana give to a (.
'ent white iman in this county a
ticket othier than that he wishes
to' \ot''. A dehciate oftein haisn't
a pencll conveniient. and he
ther b)~!iorrows orP turnis to anl
.oher and rueuuosts that his tick
-t be tilled (out: this is done, lhe
rad s e~-r it ad i fit mnieets w'.ithi
his apro jie votes it. other
wise lhe has it clbaniedl to suit
himself: before thie )onventioni
assembled we, having a nw
W 110 o call spare the time
ro hir businss and the ex
of going to Colubi-ia,
wrote out a list of eiglht names
whom we knew held similar
views to our own, and made a
number of copies. we went among
the iiimbers, submitted a list to
them. anld theyv either(-ieth
list for their own useor we gave
tIlem from what we had writteil.
Nothing wa uiras ill thi. not a
1181i )NO w)l % ppro jpnavlhd was
compell*d to Ik' the ticket we
hd. nd when he took it he was
not oipilled to vote it, nor was
y 111iske eXaCted from him
that he would, and the fact that
6)1 out of W representative men
Voted against those who were de
eated is proof conclusive, that
the defeated ones were not de
sired to represent the Democracy
of Clarendon in the State conven
tion at this particular time. The
tone of the articles. is a display
of bad judgement: when defeat
under such circumstances, causes
the temper to become ruffled,
an(l the writer says unkind
things, he forgets himself, and
puts behind him the many kind
nesses shown him in the past. by
some of the very men who have
always stood to him when sin
-ere friends were treasures to
him: these men whom the arti
cles intimate were manipulated
by one man will resent such an
unjust attack upon their man
hood, and the people whom they
represent will resent the slander
also. The day should have never
come and gratitude should have
forbid. when from memory was
blotted out the staunch support a
Imajority of the members of this
convention gave to him, and by
that support he was aided from
straitened circumstances to a
condition of affluence. Let us
throw the mantle of charity
around the stinging sentences
used, and say they were ill ad
The white voters of Clarendon
county are men who cannot be
anipulated at the will of a sin
rle man. and when they cast
their votes so solidly as they did
in the convention, it was because
over two-thirds of them were
holding the same views on cer
tain issues. No man has, and
lo manf cani --tote" the votes of
lr iendon's white men~f in their
reeches pocket to be delivered
t will. It (cannot be truthfully
aid, that thme ticket elected was
lone worked for, some of those
who were defeated had friends
n the fioor, and they
worked in thmei r interests. We
know this from personal ob
ervaton. then again, we have
it from a pious gentleman. who
was elected a delegate fr-om
is club under a misappre
ension, that when he thought
over the position he occupied
as such a delegate, he would
not deceive his club, and
asked to be released: this man
was approached, and asked to
ap)oint in his place one whom
the club had refused to elect, he
declined on the ground that the
rues of the party gave him no
right to appoint a substitute, it
was for the delegation to till va
:ancies: had the gentleman given
way, and the party been placed
on the delegation, it would have
caused c-onfusion, and trickery
in such a case, could have been
truthfully charged, because, the
party who was trying to get his
defeated friend on the delegation
knew he was defeated by his
club, and he also knew that his
f-iend would not represent the
views of a majority of the club.
Those who worked for the
election of the defeated had a
right to do so. it was any man's
right to change, and any man's
privilege to work for his friends.
As to our calling out men and
placing tickets in their hands
eimng " extremely disgusting to
an intelligent man," depends en
tirely upon how high his order
of intelligence is: if a man has
a high order of intelligence he
has sense enough to know, that
if he is in earnest to want his
views p)revalilhe will confer with
those whIo hold like views, and
not scatter for the opp)osition to
slip in. Narrow -minded peOople
are often foolishly sensitive, but
a man with a broad discriminat
in mind is not so sensitive, and
is aas readyV to confer with
his friends. We did have fre
q iuet lIks with the members of
the oniveintionl whom we knew
hadthesae object in view, and
we (id giVe somle of them tickets
which were written in our own
han d this was not done secretly.
ut in full view of the members.
and of someC perhaps, who imag
ined they had struck a trail by
the scent: our talks can be r
peitd if it wxill grratify the ('ur
01u, and they were about as
follows: "Who are the members
of your delegation favoring for
State delegzates. or are they
\i(uals are concernelf Are tey
ior or against Piohi bitiony Will
you confer with \)Ur dlegation
ild see if this (the ticket elected)
ticket meets withi their approv
aly" That is about all there was
in the private talks, and if this is
wrongi it certainly is a revelation
11 s. and if wrong,it can only be
attributed to the way we were
raised in politics. and our politi
cal associatiOn1, and env il(n inent A
in the past, trained us to ascer
tain the strength of the oppo
tion, and then with the consent
of those who are with us, coi
(eentrate oui forces that we inay
not enter the contest blindly,
and thereby take cluces of a
iniority* slipping inl s;omel of
The scenes witnessed in that
convention, night he "extreme
ly disgusting" to som1e now, but
if our iniemory serves us, they
are not, without precedent, they
have been enacted in near ly
every political convention, and
it would not suprise us if similar
scenes have been enacted in
church elections also. We see
nothing wrong in writt(en tickets,
whether they are prepared by
one man or forty men, where the
convention is made up of free
white men who can read and
write,and who have the manhood
to stand by what they conceive
to be practical and right. We
can see very well how an "ex
trenely disgusting" feeling can
come over "the other fellow,"
for instance, the fellow who ar
rived at the depot two minutes
after the train had pulled out.
We regret any unpleasant af
ternath when a convention ad
journs, but this cannot be helped,
and we will not accept the blame:
it would be more philosophic
to swallow disappointment, and
look pleasant, wait for another
opportunity and, if the mind has
not undergone another change,
come again. To say unkind things
has no other effect than to grati
fy an element that revel with
delight when a newspaper per
Iits itself to become a syr
inge to squirt spleen with:
does the readers no good. and to
display chagrin gives the funny
fellow the chance to sing
Hi. diddle. diddle.
The dance and the tiddle.
our boys kick as high as the moon.
The voters laugh at the bleat of the oalf.
While Ephriamn's gtone on with the coon.
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by' local applicationls. us they cannot reach the
dieased portion of the ear. There is only one
vav' to cure deafnies-s. and that i,. by constitu
tiolal remedies. D~eafne'ss is caused by an in
lamed condition of the mucous lining of the
Eutachian Tube. whe'n this tube' gets inflami
ed you have a rumibling soundi or imnperfect hear
ing'. and wheni it i' entirely closed deafuess is
he result. and unless the i'nfiammnation can be
taken out and this tubhe restored to its normal
condition.hearing will be destroyed forever: nin~e
as's out cf ten are caused by catarrh. which Is
nothinu but an intiamted condition of the mu
We wi gie One Hundred Dollars for any
case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that can
not be cured by Hall's Catatrrh Cure. send for
ciclr . fr 1 . eHENEY & ('0.. Toledo. 0.
sold by druc::ists. T5c.
Hall's'amily Pills are the best.
A Fine Time Looked For.
The Pine Grove school will have its
closing exercises next wteek and it is
proposed to give the people an enter
tainment which will show the advance
ment made in educational lines in the
The following partial program has
been art-anged fotr the occasion:
WEDNESDAY, MAY 2.3, 8 P. Mr.
Welcome -Lucile Mor-ris.
Through Children's Eyes-Dialogue,
Song-See the Children.
Yankee Peddler--Eight Characters.
Doly's Lesson-Linda Turbeville.
Quiet. Family-One-Act Farce.
Talks by disttinguished guests.
Drill-By Sixteen Girls.
TrHURSDAY. MAY 24, 11'A- M.
Lecture -Rlev. J1. A. Clifton. D. D.:
subject. Ptssibilities of a Hoy.
TIwo o'clock P. M.--Rteception.
Beware of a Cough,
A couch is :tot a diseaso but a sympton con
suption and bronchitis, which are the most
dangerous and fatal diseases. hav'e for their first
iddication a persistent cough. and if properly
treated as soon as this cough appears are easily
cured. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
proven wonderfully successful. and gained its
Iwide reputation and extensive sale by its suc
ess curing the diseases which cause coughing.
II fit is not beneficial it will not cost you a cent.
For sale by Rt. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M.
Tomorrow is always the happiest day
in most people' lives.
1is robbed of its terrors by
the fact that the best medi
ical authorities state that it
is a curable disease; and
one of the happy things
about it is, that its victims
rarely ever lose hope.
You know there are all sorts of
secret nostrums advertised to cure
consumption. Some make absurd 4
claims. We only say that if taken
in time and the laws of health are
will heal the inflammation of the
throat and lungs and nourish and
strengthen the body so that it can
throw off the disease.
We have thousands of testi
moials where people claim they
have been permanently cured of
o.and $z.co, all druggists.
SCOen B.OnwE, Chcimts New York.
Picnic at Gibbons' Mill.
Editor The Manning Times:
Miss Etta Lee Shaw with her school
had a nice pienie at Gibbons' Mill on
the 29th of April. A large crowd was
there with wvell-illed baskets to make
things pleasant. Thus ends another
one of our schools.
I am more confirmed in my opinion
that the ladies are the proper ones to
teach the schools. It was real nice to
see the school march to the table.
All wish Miss Etta a pleasant trip to
her home in Sumter and 3:>on return.
Politics is very dull. I heard one
pot simmer just a little.
There will be a Children's )ay at
New Zion soon. Try and come over.
K. W. I.
A Thousand Tongues
Could not express the rapture of Annie E.
Springer of 1125 Howard st.. Philadelphia. Pa..
when she found that Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption had c-onpletely cured her of a
hacking cough that for many years had made
life a burden. All other remedies and doctors
could give her no help. but she says of this royal
cure. --it soon removed the pain in my chest and
I can now sleep soundly. somethine I can scarce
ly remember doing before. I feel like sounding
its praises throughout the universe." So will
every one who tries Dr. King's 'New Discovery
for any trouble of the throat. chest or lungs.
Price 50c. and $1. Trial bottles free at the R. B.
Lorvea drug store: every bottle -uaranteed. 5
Stages of Water.
Cumden. May 11. s a. m.-Height of Wateree
river. 6.1 feet. being a fall of 3-lU of a foot dur.
ing past 24 hours.
May 14. S a. m. --Heicht of Waterec river.
5.6 feet. being a fall of 1-10 of a foot during past
Columbia. Ma I . 8 a. m.-Height of Conga
ree river. 1.5 feet. being a fall of 1-10 of a foot
during past 21 hours.
May It. N a. in. -Height of Congaree river.
1.3 feet. being a rise of 2-10 of a foot during
past 24 hour.s.
St. Stephen's. May 11. S a. m. -Height of
Santee river. 7.9 feet. being a fall of 2-lI of a
foot during past 24 hours.
May 14. ( a. m.-- Height of Santee river. 6.8
feet. being a fall of 4-10 of a foot during past 24
It Saves the Children.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has saved the
lives of thousands of croupy children. It is also
without an equal for colds and whooping cough.
For sale by the R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac
M. Loryea. Propr. Ijanlay
'rhere always two sides to every ques
tion -our side. and the wrong side.
A Frightful Blunder
Will often cause a horrible burn. scald, cut or
bruise. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. the best in the
world. will kill the pain and promptly heal it.
Cures old sores. fever sores. ulcers. boils, felons.
corns. all skin eruptions. Best pile cure on
earth. Only 25 ets. a box. Cure guaranteed.
Sold by the R. B. Loryea drug store. I a
Some men are about as much benefit
to a community as a last years' almanac.
"Better late than never." It is best,
however, to be never late about taking
Hood's Sarsaparilla to purify your
blood. Take it now.
After a man's jaw begins to swell, he
realizes that silence is golden.
"After suffering from piles for tifteen years I
was cured by using two boxes of DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve." writes W. J. Baxter. North Brook.
N. C. It heals everything. Beware of counter
feIts. D. 0. Rhame. Summerton: Dr. WX. M.
Brockinton. Manning. -
An egotist is a man without a collar
carrying a gold-headed cane.
Did it Ever Occur to You that a little
I PERRY I)A\'IS' PAIN-KILLER on the
end of the inger applied once or twice
to a mosquito bite would counteract the
poison and speedily reduce the swell
ing? Pain-Killer will also cure bites
and stings of other poisonous insects as
well aLs reptiles. See directions as to
use upon wrapper on eac~h bottle.
Avoid substitutes, there is but one
Pain-Killer. Perry Davis'. Price 25e.
If some mna werec to lose their re'pu
tation. they would be lucky.
The easiest andt most effective method of pur
if vine the blood and invigorating the system is
to tr.1:e De~itt's Little Early Risers, the fa
mous little pills for cleansing the liver aiid bow
els. D. 0. Rhame. Summerton.: Dr. W. M.
Never allow yourself to get the big
head --it will cost von too much for
IJ. C. Kennedy. Roanoke. 'Tenn.. says. -I can
not .say too nmuch for De-Witt's Witch Hazel
Salve.' One box of it eured what the doctors
called an ipeurable ulcer on my jav:.' Cures
piles and all skin diseases. Look out for worth
less imitation. D. 0. Rhame. Summerton: Dr.
W. M Brockinton. Manning.
Although the Transvaal Is 1,000 mIles
nearer the equator, the temperature
averages much lower than at Cape
and use Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diar
rho-a Remedy for all pains of the stomach and
all unmatural looseness of the bowels. It always
cures. For sale by the R. B. Loryea Drug Store,
Isaac M. Loryea. Propr. ijanhay
Men over 40 are practically proof
against enteric fever. Only one man
over that age fell a victim in the Sudan
--After suffering from severe dyspepsia over
twelve years and using many remedies without
permanent good I finally took Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure. It did me so much good I recommend it
to everyone." writes J. E. Watkins. Clerk and
Recorder. Chillicothe. Mo. It digests what you
eat. D). ). Rhame. Suinmerton: Dr. W. M.
The first law In tartans Is that every
stripe of whatever breadth or colors
must be the same in both the length
and breadth of the web.
Miss Florence Newman. who has been a great
sufferer from muscular rheumatism, says Cham
berlain's Pain Balm is the only remedy that
affords her relief. Miss Newman is a much re
spected resident of the villiage of Gray N. Y..
and makes this statement for the benefit of
others similarly afflicted. This liniment is for
sale by R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M.
The Americari Bible society circu
lates the Scriptures in 90 tongues, be
sides our own speech; 28 European, 39
Asiatic, S OceanIc, 9 AfrIcan, 9 Amern
can Indian and 3 South American lan
guages and dialects.
J1. Q. Hood. Justice of the Peace. Crosby. Miss-.
makes the following statement: "I can certify
that One Minute ('ouch Cure will do all that is
claimed for it. My wife could not get her breath
and the first dose of it relieved her. It has also
benefited my whole family." It acts iimmedi
aely and cures coughs, colds. croup. grippe.
bronehitis, asthma and all throat atid lung
troubles. D. 0. Rhame. Summertoni: Dr. W.
In Sealed Pound
PuvYSICIANS' PRESRIPTIONS A SPECIAI.TY
. The Blood at this season craves and No Appetite- "Icould eat no break
<weicomes the pur'ying and 'italizing fast and scarcely anything during the
properties of Hoods Sarsaparia. This day. Since taking Hood's Sarsaparilla t
grand medicine wonderfuly cures Scrof- am hungry all the time. Hood's has
ula. Salt Rheum. Blood Poisoning, I cured my pimples, and improved my
Boils, Pimples and all other complaints eneral health.'' Gertrude Stoddard,
caused or promoted by impure b&od. Pterson, Iowa. Remember C
The Best Liver Medicine.
Largest Package on the Market.
One Package Price 25c. Five for $1.00.
David Howells, Scranton. Pa., says: "For some time I was annoyed with Dim
ples on th o and a feeli n of sickness and general weakness. I was unable to
woric. A d recommend Rsrno 's Tonic Regulator-Two packages cured
mne entirely." 1; ROWN M FIG. CO.. Proprietors, Greeneville, Tenn.
For sale by THE R. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE.
After you have tried Doctors and all
other preparations, and they have failed
to relieve you, then use
I FEMALE PANACEA. .
-TtAD(a. F. P.)-A-.
IT WILL CURE YOU. 1
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS IN MEDICINES.
* L GERSTLE & CO., Chattanooga, Tenn.
Sole Manufacturers and Proprietors.
Soldt Te B B, Lorye Drug re Im M. Loryea, prop,
Your Head Aches To=day.
It is a small matter; but it.ached two days
ago, and again a week ago. You are acquiring
a habit of headache. That must be stopped. The
trouble is with your liver. You want a mild lax
ative, and then a tonic to stimulate the appetite
and make the blood rich and pure.
Ask your ug 3io f u ;ANDlNIC PELL.EIK
druggist forP'I-fW S _
For sale by THE R. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE.
CATARRH CAN BE CURED BY
"DANGER IN TEE EARTH AND AIR; DANGER EVERYWHERE.'"
A Wis and Venerable Doctor Talks about Advanced Science.
In a leading hotel, in a great city, a famous and aged physician was convers
lg. Listening to his wise and sententious discourse, were a group of well
dressed men, evidently lawyers, business men and commercial travelers.
My firm belief, is " that medical science is certain yet to show that all dis
eases without exception are caused by invisible germs which are livin organ
isms. Here is the germ of that terrible disease diphheria. Here is the bacillus
of typhoid fever; and'tere is the still more dreadful bacillus of tubercle which
causes that most destructive of all diseases, consumption. This of that very
common and supposed incurable disease, catarrh."
"I wish, Doctor," said the traveling man, "that yuwould te,11 us about
etarrh. I have had it for years, and I am thoroughly, dscouraged."
The Doctor answered. "Catarrh, like diphtheria, consupto, ty hoid
fever, and a host of other diseases, is the result of a microbe invading the ood
and attacking specially the mucous membrane. This foul and most disgusting
disease is especially prevalent in the United States and it is rare to meet one
who is not, or has not been troubled more or less with it. How often is he or
she obliged to remain at home from pleasant entertainments, deprive themselves
of many intellectual treats, from fear of the disagreeable odor arising from ca
tarrhal affections. In its worst phase, the patient becomes loathsome both to
himself and his friends.
" I believe," continued this great physician, "that the true way to heal ca
tarrh is to medicate the blood. This can be done only by powerful alteratives
which act as blood purifiers."
Betsy A. Marett, of Manistee, Manistee Co., Mich., writes: croi
Dear Sirs :-For ten years I was a sufferer from general debility andchoi
catarrh. My face was ple as death. I was weak and short of breath. I could
hardly walk, I was so dizzy and hiad a ringing in my head all the time. My
hands and feet were always cold. My appetite was ver por On gettin up
in the morningm head swam so I was oftn obliged to lie down again. Ihad
awful pains in te small of my back. 1 had a continual feeling of tiredness.
My muscular power was almost entirely goe, and I couldn't go half a dozen
steps without stop'ng to rest, and often that much exercise caused me to have
a pain in my side. It seemed as though the blood had left my veins. The doc
tors said my blood had all turned to water. I had given up all hope of ever get
ting well. Itried the best pyicians in the state, but failed tetarelief.
My husband got me a bottleo Johnston's Sarsapaila. I took t, an then I
bought another. When these had been used, Iwas somewhat improved in
health. I continued its use, and felt I was growing stronger; my sleep was re
freshing, and it seemed as if I coufld feel new blood moving through my veins. I
kept on taking it, and now consider myself a well and rugged woman. I work
all the time, and am happy. I am positive 'that the Sarsaparilla saved my life.
The sick headaches I have had since childhood, have disappered, and my ca
tarrh has almost entirely left me. I cannot be too thankfulfor what Johnston's
Sarsaparilla has done for me. I recommend all women who have sick head
aches to use your Sarsaparilla.
Dr. W. M. Broc1kinton, Lianning, S. C.
. Wheelmen Will
IjerclE Buy the IDEAL,
Because they hav e Tone and Style, as well as
all the other points which go to make up a tirst
~ class wheel, and because they are the best $25
w heel onl the market today. We ask you to call
and examidne the 1900) IDEAL.
All the Gold in ilondike
C.ou1ld buy no better. miore carefully and accu
rately constructed or muore intelligently designed
wheels than the 19tH model
There are wheels which are higher priced, BUTT NONE BET
THE TIMES j(j XA hD Neatly and at
nOffic DosnnJa ''-. Lowest Prices.
Buggies, Wagons, ewoae
Economy andstrength are charac
tristics peculiar to Hood's Sarsa- Carts and Caiages
arila, the great b ood purifier. A R
ingle boftle contains 100 doses and:
viXl last a month, wdhite others aver
ge to Last bi a 'week or fortnight. With Neatness and Despatch
(oodrs Sarsapanlta has an unequalled -AT
wcordof perfect and permanent cures.
SMALL DOSES A, WHITE'S
LARGE RESULTS BLACKSMITH SHOP.
- repair Stoves. Pumps and run water
pipes, or I will put down a new Pump
Furniture Stains hef ou need any soldering done, give
me a call.
and Varnishes. L A. LAME.
My horse is lame. Why? Becauise I
dlid not have it shod by R1 . A. White,
the man that puts on such neat shoes
A Can With Brush, 25C. and makes horses travel with so much
.-AT-- We Make Them Look New.
We are making a specialty of re
p)ainting old Buggies. Carriage-,. Road
RHAME'S DRW STORE Carts and Wagos cheap.
Come and see me. My prices will
SUM MERTON, S. C. leae you, and I guarantee all of my
Shop on corner below IR. M. Dean's.
GeoS.Hacker&SOD R. A. WHITE,
MANNING, S. C.
We've Gone Through
This store's stock and put light
ning prices on all goods that don't
move fast enough to suit us-given
them the farewell, good-by push that'll
send 'em out of sight quickly. The
I quality of every item is all right, but.
for some unaccountable reason they
. have not sold rapidly enough to please
us, and we've put them at prices that
will make them go quickly. We men
tion the following:
s, Sash, Blinds, i-lb. cans Chiped Dried Beef at 20c
can: regular price 25c. 1-lb. cans.
Moulding and Building Brawn, 10c can; regular price 121c.
i-lb. cans Vienna [Sausage, 7c can;
Material regular price 10c. Armours' Deviled
Ham. small cans, 4c. can: 45c dozen
CHARLESTON, S. C. -i -lb. cans Sliced Breakfast Bacon,
10c can: 81 dozen. 1-lb. cans Atmore's
Plum Pudding, 18c (regular 25c.) 2-lb.
Sash Weights and or;ds and cans N. Y. State Pears 6c can, (regular
Builders' Hardware. 10c.) i-lb. cans Cocktail Pineapple
(chunks) best quality, at 10c: worth
-24c. 2-lb. cans Sliced Pineapple, good
Window and Fancy Glass a Specialty. quality, at 12jc. Fine N. Y. packed
Green Corn at $1 doz. (Cheap at $1.20.)
Choice new Evaporated Apples at 10c
T1b.; regular 12ic. Choicest Sliced Dried
Apples at 8c lb.; regular 10c. Best
Sliced Peeled Dried Peaches at 154c lb.
o i~ Crushed Oatmeal at 3c lb: 40 lbs for $1.
Fry's Sweet Chocolate at 25 lb. Me
niers' Vanilla Chocolate at 40c lb: reg-0
ular 50c. MNeniers' Plain Chocolate at
Lager Beer, ~rk Suqatcn,2c
LagerBeer 30c reglar 40c. Richardson & Rob
We are now in position to ship .Beer T Soup. quart cans at
all over this State at the following doz., Wher's G l
prices: ipr ot
"Epr botle."fieendte Ask for our Bargain Price-List. It is
Pints. "Export bottles. five and ten surprises.
uadozen in package, at
90c. Per Dozen. WELCH Rc EASON
We will allow you 18c per dozen fLo.b. Universal Providers,
your depot for ll Export pint bottlesa s,
and can use all other bottles and will 18 & 8at
Allojrer shall. havrpromp andHful O rsTON C
gietadadTrie S ae HAI.EN, SALOC.
GERMANIA BREWING 00.,
Charleston, S. C.Whhisfte piha'
ALWAYS KEEP ON HAND HI-UTM
There is no kind at painDoewtnens a.
or ache, Internal or exter- dsac......
nal, that Pain-Killer .will
STITUTES. THETEWN NCALOTTL
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for ClarendmnkCounty ondthet7thrda
of June. 1900. forrettersrofwdischarg
on exec'utralt estate ofJ.yR.
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on good reeumestsm sehaniduring tha
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