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WILLIAM JENNINGS BRY.N.
ADLAI F. STEVENSON,
COL HOYT'S HOME.
Senator Tillman attended the
campaign meeting at Greenville,
the home of Col. Hoyt, last Mon
day, and delivered one of the
best speeches of the campaign.
'He answered Dr. Gardner, who
had denounced Tillman from the
pulpit, and warned the people of
the attempt to rally them around
denominational flags. Senator
Tillman gave Col. Hoyt's home
people some warm medicine and
from the news we get from that
county, it is doubtful if Col. Hoyt
gets a majority vote. We take
the followitig extract from the
This has perhaps been the largest
and liveliest meeting of the present
campaign. Senator Tillman seemed to
have on his old-time steam and the
cheers for "Hoyt' and the hustling got
the steam up an he spoke with ve
hemence. Tillman spoke for more than
an hour and, as he promised, took up
the sermon of Dr. Gardner of Green
ville. Tillman made the best speech of
the campaign today. He had two pri
maries. first whether he was justified
in charging the ministerial-saloon keep
ers' "alliance," and many approved of
his denomination and that there was
the "alliance.' But it was-his prohibi
tion-dispensary hand primary noted,
and he called me up and said there
were 2,500 present and wanted the vote
fully noted. There were not over
twe'nty or twenty-five who voted or his
call f'or prohibition: when the dispen
sarv vote was called for the hands wvent
up'as if out of a Gatling gun. Fully
twenty-five to one was the record: the
dispenisary had the overwhelming num
bers voting and Tillman said this would
be the result in the primary. Tillman
today made a connected speech and was
sever-e on the ministers going into poli
tics, and talked plainly about Dr. Gard
ner, who seemed to have many friends
in the audience.
The tidings from China are
very unsatisfactory. One day a
report comes and it is contradict
ed the next day. On yesterday
a battle was i-eported in which
1200 of the allied soldiers were
killed and wounded. The minis-,
ters are said to be alive, but no
authentic verification of this
much desired fact has come yet.
We very much fear that the con
ditions in the East are more
serious than many think, and
the fact that the Chinese have
been laying in great quantities of
modern arms, and have been em
ploying European military talent
ever since her war with Japan,
makes us believe she is prepared
to give the combined world a
fearful struggle. In our opinion
the trouble in the East is vet in
its infancy, and should China
succumb to superior knowledge
of military science, when the
powers go to slice up that Em
pire the real and serious trouble
There are all kinds of cranks
in this world, and the greatest
of these, are those men who im
agine they are holier tha'n other
men, and it is their duty to make
men holy whether they will or
not. This class of men imagine
that they can legislate holiness
into their fellowman, and you
will find them inventing all kinds
of moral questions to pester leg
islatures with. There is a law
now on the statute books of New
Jersey which requires every man
to go to church on Sunday: of
course, the law is ignored, but
occasionally some zealot falls
back on this obsolete statute to
punish some erring brother who
has disappointed him in some
way, or who has given him some
cause for real or imaginary griev
ance. Just so, will it be if we
wer to place on our statute books
a prohibitory law against the
sale of liquor: the law wvould be
generally ignored, but once in a
very great while, on account of
a per-sonal grievance, the viola
tor of the law would be hauled
up and punished. In this day of
religious liberty and freedom of
thought, the puritanical ideas
prevalent in the early settlement
of this country, appear fanatical,
and what was thought to be nec
essary for the betterment of the
moral condition in the year 1000u,
would be regarded in the year
1900 an unwarranted abridgment
of a citizen's rights.
Nortn Carolina's election to
amend her constitution resulted
in a magnificent victory, and
Alabama follows suit. One by
one the States are following
South Carolina's lead on the suf
The news from all parts of
the United States show a decided
brightening of Democratic elian
ces for success this year. Bryan
in i,1, had a divided party to
lead, today his party is virtually
solid, with a great many Repub
licans who had left their party
on account of its foreign policy.
A reat many Democrats op
pose Bryan's financial views, but
they regard the money guestull
settled, at least for the present,
and they will support Bryan.
and their party on the anti-in'
perialism and anti-trust planks
of the party platform. They
regard Imperialisin and Trusts
the paramount issues. There
are thousands of vot11rs of both
parties who are opposed to a
colonial form of government in
the Philippines, they claim that
a Republican goverment cannot
control colonies and live.
With such conditions it re
mains to be seen which is the
stronger, the money power which
is backing the Republican party,
or true Americanism which
should be the controlling factor
in our politics.
The South will, as heretofore
give Bryan a solid support, and
if the Democratic party can in
crease in the West. there is some
hope of victory. Bryan can win
without New York if he can se
cure an increased support in cer
tain Western States. He can
win without New York and In
diana, if he can get the electoral
vote of Illinois and Wisconsin.
Or he can win if he can get New
York and Indiana. The outlook
is not at all hopeless.
Col. Cole L. Blease, one of the
candidates for Lieutenant Gov
ernor. is fast coming to the front
as the most popular candidate
for that .position. The people
are beginning to find out that he
is the man who made a fight on
the floor of the House of Repre
sentatives to require the school
tax money of the white man to
be applied to the white schools.
His speeches on the liquor ques
tion are even stronger than those
of the gubernatorial candidates,
and at a number of places his ar
gument for the dispensary was
stronger than Tillman's, so much
so that Tillman complimented
him. Blease is a young man of
fine ability, which was recog
nized by the people of Newberry
county in nominating him for the
Legislature before lhe was 2
years of age. At the last elec
tion he received an overwhelm
ing majority on the first ballot.
Blease is a close student and he
is known in Newberry among
the factory operatives as "a law
er with a soul." We have no
opposition to any of the other
candidates for that office, but we
believe that Cole L. Blease is the
best qualified one of the nunmber.
He has legislative experience,
and his ability fits him for the
place. His record shows him a
friend of the people, and when
ever opportunity offered itself
le would champion their cause.
He is a strong advocate of the
dispenary system, was a memi
ber of Governor Tillman's staf
and always a strong defender
whenever Tillmnan has been as
sailed. We will vote for Cole L,
DISPENSARY STRONGLY ADVOCATED.
Prohibition Condemned--Blessings of Dispen
Mr. Editor: In the discussion of the
dispensary law on the stump and else
where much stress is laid on the fact
that the dispensary law is not enforced.
and administrations past and present
brought to blame by opponents and
Prohibitionists. With an earnest de
sire to be enlightened we ask, how~ will
a prohibition law be enforced? Theory
is not logic, abuse no argument. pro or
con. Yet we have failed to see any one
o)posed to the dispensar-y give a pr1ac
tical, plain statement of the manner of
dealing with the liquor question if they
succeed in tearing down, through the
legislature, the present law. Oh yes.
by retaining all the good regulations of
the dispensary law but no constables.
no raidings, 'no meddling with the
hotels or club pr-ivileges, no search for
illicit liquor on promises of private cit
izens. 0 what faith in poo human na
ture: What innocent trust in unscrup
ulous men who damn their own and
other' souls in their greed for gold.
Once the- barriers are broken down of
the dispe-sary law, pandamoniumn will
reign. b)ut nop>rohibition. Nothing but
the strong. str-enuous arm of the State
kes back the hor-de of liori men~I
wathing and waiting within :and with
out our physical boundaries for the
break in the~ law, by a legislature pledg
$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of ti, pape-r wvil be~ pleased to)
learn that there is at least one.. direadetd dke-se
that science has been abe~ to cur in all it
stages. and that Is Cata:rh. H airi Catarrh cre
is the only positive cure- knowni to the medica
fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutionali da
ea.e. requires a constitutional treatment. Hall
Catarrh Cure is taken internally. acting diret-.r
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the*y;
ten. thereby destroying the foundation or h
disease.ad giving the patient arenget. by buil.
ing up the constitution and assisting z.,ure i
doing its work. The proprietors have 'u mac
faith in its curative powers. that th-y '1ier One
Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails t
ure. send for list of testimonials.
Address. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O
sold b druggists. 5c.
ed to destroy it. Polities nas placed Managers of Election.
good men in bad company. An unholy ()llice Democratic Executive Commit
alliance caused Sampson to ill' sla1'n of tee ('larendon County. -
his strength and a mad desire to dest roy Manning. S. C., August 7. 1900.
those he hated brotght death and re
1 )(1 onl a strongr tihan. .\lliauc~e with jUnder authority of the C'ounty Demo
pan dr on a front Eden hA first pair. cratic Executive Committee I hereb
Thatan and f mackleFde give oticial notice of the appointment:
Thould h found on the side exr ai of managers to conduct the primar
tihl le i fl un efort to break down election to be held August 28th. 1004
ti p' all that keeps them from sellin at the respective Democratic clubs ii
liquor wvith license or without is proof (larendo county. lolse to be optl a
positive that no high moral principle oclack a. in. awlld doe at 4 clock p
governs their vote in this issue. Tihey n- Eat voter will vote three ballot
are working for liquor. not prohibiti i iii scparthe boxes: one ticket will con
antd thial.61Sae~lti-pifi ~i the namesW (f State otlicers. ont
anc their talk of State pride i; pamul* ticket will contain the names of count
to hear when we know that thleynt otficers. and one ticket will say ".lail'
nothing for the State or it copy of the ule ov
will again, if opportunit' pesi i ri t rimary wl be furnshet
open bars and gambling hells - to i t rnl the primay will be fumnishe
ruin of thet ttli; lflh111(,Od it tit 'lit 111;1nagce- .
State. The disnsarn haw is the The following are the managers:
Sauglas-. . F. ueard. A. J. Hicks. Alonzo
best solutioi of til liquotr tilt 10i1 t Snith.
devised. The a,. t nron trt of tie State , White-\. C. White. P. E. Ridgeway. Sr.. W
i-. thxme only l power hat ine n ar L - river W\X. I. IIudnal. J. J. Brun-on. A
IPr tohib1t in is a wmning card to th' M. White.
-t et ino-ntal drami of _' nl people I hat Fore.ton Reform -1. O. Cantey. J. tColunibu
l 1:1pI'1t'it';i~it l at } 111)1ill.111111 l w; " otu . l'. lr. Ride. Va .
iinpracttial i 'to i an. uell - 'ck -ville W. i. ladhan. .la.. .\. inr.tn
art a fart. unlesr" mt t: rt! ll eit1 or,,ufttd .1. I1. Brown.
-ni th wold \ I- a wori- syt Ut 1 thani Ihketor Stw:tp I. N. 'ouia. G.G..Thames
t !t oret sent (lilt. ii \t'.tuld zilctan tait W. C. 4 ( 1011011.
:he re~ant oe. noul men ea Har-m-oniames Reave.. W. P. 310ntgom
1m na yu - p1)\' 11(i anot her and shotgun erv. A. H). Chandler.
ai, *-in the far west. where active Farmers- Platform - W. W. Johnson. Eureni
t i were made to en force a prohibi- Dicksor. X.n. J. lawion. Sr J
tory law. Ciark.
That we may not he accused of hav- Clarendon- J. W. ilerriott. S. E. Ingram. JI
ing only a theory on this subject. we wMyn.iinlleGLen
will state what we really know m our H. Billups.
experience as to the blessings which tidway- D. I. Youn. S. E. McFaddin. I. \I
prohibition brought upon an earne ' McitttH.
Christian people. About eight years ford. L. A t iraharm
ago in a distant city Sam Jones, after Foreston-C. S. Land. E. M. Fulton. T. L
three weeks' powXer'ful pleading and IBagntl.
t eest Clarendon-A. W. Griffin. P. H. Brough
preaching lay and night, succeeded in ton. B. W. DeSchamps.
arousing public sentiment to such an Alcolu-J. J. Nettles. E. E. Hodge. J. R
extent that people and city council H nola-J. H. T. Coulliette. S. P. Fairey. C
were in accord, and after a heated fight W. Brown.
with the liquor element, passed a pro- Summerton- L. T. Fischer. J. It. Diniile. S
hibition law, and after a certain date - Paul S. Harvin. R. L
(l~irsoe ' Fork --X. M. Datvis. Pu .Hri.I
all bars. saloons and drug ;tore; were Logan. Jr.
ordered to discontinue the sale of liq- Manning- F. C. Horton. S. J. Clark. J. H
uor. The doors of bars were closed on Mci'uit.ht.
the outside. but liquor sold within. iler -D. F. Mahoney. J. . Rhame. H. S
Young boys and negroes retailed it at New Zion -T. M. Beard. Howard Green. W. E
out of the way places. Operators of fac- Lavender.
tories and mills sold liquor to the hands. jH. otanon -Jos. . Davis. J. N. McLeod
and Saturday and Sunday there was a New Town- W. L. Burrineau.J. A. Barrineau
carnival of 'drunkenness. "Butcher C . C - Jttk.
" J. ELBERT DAVIS.
and baker and candle-stiek maker" all County Chairman.
were in the business. With a fillet of _ __---____
beef came a flask. with dry good a That Throbbing Headache
bottle. with groceries, inserted m rine.
or grits. caie a bottle of whiskey. and Would quickly leave you if you used Dr
band-hxrxcs even wente filled with bot- King's New Life Pills. Thousands of sufferer:
taesof li an wta in w ito t have proved their matchless merit for sick ant
ties of ligquor and enat in wagon, to the nervous headaches. They make pure blood ant
suburbs for sale. The hospital was strong nerves and build up your health. Eas
ct~oWcledl with maimed and wounded to take. Try them. Only 25 cents. Monet
drm unkn back if not cured. Sold by the R. B. Lorye
men. arms and legs broken i drunken dru tore. 1 5
melees. Ladies could not venture to
church service at night. fearing the
unruly element on the street. The po- Cheap Railroad Rates.
lice were powerless. They said they The Atlantic Coast Line will sel
could not raid a man', home and did round trip tickets on account of the fol
not seem to make special effort to catch lowing special occasions:
up with the crowd of violators of the Farmers' Institute. Columbia. S. C.
prohibition law. We thought their uust 13 to 20. ickets on sale Au
sympathy on the other side a pretense. 1ust 11. 12, 13 and 14: final limit Au
for the open disregard of law and de- gust _., $1.80
cency was apparent to every one. Unveiling Statue of Zebulon B. Vance
Those who had voted and worked for; Raleigh. N. C.. August 22. Tickets or
prohibition were stunned with aston- sale August 21 and : final limit Au
ishment and mortification. They would gust g5: rate. 6.8 Parties desirin
not touch the unclean thing and saw tickets will give agent A. C. L. two ot
their trade leave their stores. Idle three days' notice.
clerks with nothing to do were dis
charged. Merchants left the city to **~
open up elsewhere, while many less A Minister's Good Work.
scrupulous - joined the band." and sent i had a severe attack of bilious colic. cott
out liquor with their goods. Blind bottle of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy. took two doses and was entirely
tigers had the freedom of the city andI cured." says Rev. A. A. Power of Emporia.Kan
thousands of operatives in this manu- -- My neighbor across the street was sick fot
facturing center became the flotsome over a week. had two or three bottles of medi
cine from the doctor. He used them for threet
and jetsome of a restless sea of turmoil. or four days without relief. then called in an
This condition of affairs could not be other doctor who treated him for some days ant
toeae log ad the li-o me gave him no relief, so discharged him. I wen
olrthisng ne cee tQo aumen over to see him the next morning. He said hi
knowing thsnvrcae oagetbowels were in a terrible lix. that they hat
it by even giving their~ liquor away. heeni running off so long that it was almos
At l'ast, by cEnsent of all good men the Ibloody fiux. I asked him if he had tried Chamn
lavwsrpae.adbr nemr berlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remned:
law as rpeaed, nd brs nce oreand he said. -No.' 1 went home and brough
fourished. But the memory of this bit- him my bottle anti eave him one dose: told hiu
ter dose (of prohibition will last our life to tak another dosem fite ortenym
time. and heaven deliver us from suhmr cn a ntirely oured." For satle by th
another experience. It should ever be R. . Loryea Drug Store.sae M. Loryea. Prop
borne in mtind that we have an element ____________
now in our Southern land that brooksNt
little restraint and are daily growilng e
stronger and more aggressive in their 1ndraarngm tbew nth
requirements. We have become a 'lddtsfrCnges hr ilb
manufactturing people and these miust bttv etnsi rno hr
alwars be with us. For thenm we mutitteaddtsfrCnrs ils~a
act now. A gap may let in a flood th i at k~l uimt 6 n umro
will in its miad riot destroy the peatce.urt1.Teedae eea~ag
and prosperity of ourm State. Politi-h h addts n hywn h
cians care only for their own aggran Ieop~t uncto h dy
dizement. but a C'hristian citizenship toe oha hm
should let their maxim be. "the gr'eat J LET A'S
eSt good to thte grecatest numnber."ut Carmn
Our State is now in a prospe'routs conu____
dition . .\ills are giving woirk tto thou
sands of poor. Hunger need rnot hte fe ayitict xeiet
heard within outr borders. Our col-'ttni.shv isoee ehd o
ored population are in better circuin-obinigalteaualdetnt
stances than ever before. Schools and T aebe obndi h r
colleges are crowded with students.pito on n h ua oya
Towns arc being made into cities and uie ihsbtne htbidu
lighted with electricity. water wor1kstedtetv ras aigacr
being iintrodtuced into towns, and ourponcaldoolDpesaCie I
principal cities have made mmiivelous i 4Xhi o etadalw l y
strides in population and wealth. PeacepptL ietpltyo oisn f(
is within our borders, only liquor men Xlehetmchtobsae
oult of a job. and inisguided men w ho rdclycrdh h eiia gn
aie playing into their hands fail to ac- tonas. tispeattoakan
knowvledge the truth that tinder the X l rv uc eif .0 hm
dispensary system South Carolina umro:D.XV .Bokno
stands today one of the most progress- nnng
ive andl up-to-date States in the Union.
VOTER. UTher mos disutngemen t wen thi
- world its or anothres hell onl a bta
.t, startlig iibuidetwoomewhichgM.inohnlOlivdon__wher_
h~n us ftleows:didatt'stfin aomostedrewdfllsponk
dut iy ly.Thre hyicinsh~trvenr byu For canates and thlewnt h
firt btte mdea dcicd prt'niet. eopn le toW ur Have onAIeas Bough
tinnedtheir se forthreeedekto ndearithem.
well nium. I know heyesavedmat'ilifecatttieroerimentth
bed thecgratesof havetdisrcvietid.'eNhodOneo4
teed.tatnihe allHthe nataralrdigestort.
PrebyterinTCensenton.eCount CmpainMeetinth pr
'I ecndanuaporte taniong-foundint huanboy.n
Eldes an l~econsof 1anmonunited- withou- ubst1ansht.bidu
hytry as eldJuy 2thdndget. a sBwkhati yu eat anl llw'll.s
New am'mny curc wee chsen Aichap credby for mcih nl aentd
duts.itr condaingeros lesut tof traan
A god may ofthedcleu ( will' an ugv truicklelief Wha shal youame
thetoic 1nesutd n eprgrmm.Sumerton:e. pssbe:i not Brosibto
Muchinsrucion as eed b th heo you.te diginge csightake th
Elder andDeacns t hei' felow orld ONL toreme tathas bellwen tan.ce
Robbthyae si d Gr a att d-.eeme wthryoat best lugrouleo
Aonveting ictid lvent.owhcMr ion thierIce emnSru. tntol
eofus Philadlasthe trobjhct.m iseaenabtrateds by
hi asoclo: fe ars of most cdrentl onti asses xpcoain ie
twen. msti areale.s Hamowy aunden. ngtsrst n urstep
findshipaed paile monall the back tandryOEbtte eomm
eates. Thapetie audingl hrosptity ofweakerasb aldugit i
theb dy hee hsicirtis haddgie ple up Eti or Isahe bd the d. B. Lre
ier seemd to ygret thyand thrpi.th hKldYuiaeA apB
irts ofttmae andd impomet.r no Icon-oiyt cryabayo
nine lhergueyo threed teksincerit nof a i~ -nesi' abrovdbbo
w eir man.ecowe s aved my dligfuln rob- hBars moeofte thnpu ed
bedthe oaven o ajother'nictim."tNoone
'cloc athr.sBdLay aftdrngon. WhtaDedu hngi st aeU
Klitor The tanningMTLme.
Th eodanulcneto of__________________ the tengh ufrn fo hln
Ele- adDaoso HamnyPe- mrus n e ae fti ida
S'mietn Thr wer prerycomo.nte robifowve
botlekfsPI-AugusR t h fo i
a y thaSmmetneverfis to ho
teenowdes thwee eacons and four ' -
mini tis afercW. the Dabom of thn- D e os tiruyCees ?hiii
ni suhu ch molderms nleae of.okrX'iki frali
hm antiretand resctively tsall va right.nbutv siou watih smthmgia
adtheby'scenl fodicherrad theitat, will rehee tadf curelathe mOregon
j) ~ . ' W.'vere ntuaneousresultswith thot
more abndany ft. deeaeetr asn t.da lungtoulst resot shal trie Chan
edwt .ii anto th.Al distsino Go to aCl, warmeru ad Dirreguar enle
thetopespreentd ntepogamm. atehpp to esay if gasie imedit posie
uinsrcinwsordb th a copleten ur eiter casbyte take1 thetr
Eldes an Deconsto teirfellw 'oi OLY~ remedy -thtM hasbeen mroduce
The devil has quit handing out green
apples. It takes bicyoles and Sunday
newspaper, to catch the crowds now
' c.-.s T-- O R A
The Kind You Have Always Baught
ISignatutre Zv w
A waitress may not know how to deal
a pack of cards. but she can easily raise
the deuce by dropping a tray.
Through the months of .June and July our
baby was teething and took a running off of the
howels and sickne'ss of the stomach." says 0. P.
M. Holliday of Demin. Ind. -- His howels i
would move from live to eight times a day. I
had a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera
and Diarrhoea Rnetmedv in the house and gay-:
him four drops in a t aspionful of water and he
:ot better at ince.'. Sold by the R. B. Loryen
Uru; Mtore. Isaac' .. Liryea. Prop.
('arriatges were in us'e lon- before
George' Waslingtorin intro dne -l the
therIt t'-trtee back in .\merie ta.
It has been i (1lmonstratetti h)c etwti
(liC(e linth a tlilsumption1 c1 n lin' )i'Vlnt
ed 1"v the early use of ()lnit .\Iinut(
('ough lure. This is the favorite rem
edy for- coughs. colds. croal). asthmai~.
grippe and all throat and luny trou
bles. ('ures quickly. D. 0. Rhane.
Summer~tonl: Dr. W. M. Brockinton,
A long engagement is always an ad
vantage, because it shortens the wed
ded period ju:.t that much.
Ihe Kind You Have Always Boulit
An ounce of persuasion is better than
a pound of compulsion.
and use Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diar
rh(Pa Remedy for all pains of the stomach and
all unnatural looseness of the bowels. It always
cures. For sale by the R. B. Loryca Drug Store.
Isaac M. Loryea. Propr. [janlay
R.A ON'S RELTEF
It tuN's NEIRVE AND LUONE 0ilL
still head the list nid are aeknowle.dged by
all to le- Ill.- great coniluerors if lhuns,
aces ani diseases fir which they :re
Ramcn'e. Relic. will positively ilre
juins of al1 :.1, seth as IHeadnehe i ic k
eidachel I. ith i. Neural ia, Cramp
Colie. Pains in th . Stomacjh )und Itowels,
Diarrhe:. :., u-iu.-t int-auly, mnul, us a
househo:l rt:ed f r theI e stI lden ic'k
nes.e: i t Ims ,.ial im :he worbI. "Once
tried, nhuny- usedl." Prie ':and .+) (ents.
ti l blait ule I ) i i i 0:1ti.
Ramon-: 1orve & Bonc Oil is the
origiaml :--I inly;'enniin' \.re..nd Bone
Oil in:iile. I t i- i -t what its lame implies,
and1. penel:r-.:iig:L -;iey t.> the" nerve and
bone, r-ie . p. in. drives away disease
and efti-etcs a l-r :iimnt cre. A sediuie
for l:h.:mu-; i,, 8-'5 . . rniseip. prins.
Cuts. Iurn, :it.l all injuries to t he tiesh of
either lman ir b..-t. Price 25 andi :. cents.
Saiule bottis IJ t uits.
The gennine has th" ame blown in the
bottle. 'ihe :elief is pm up in siqluare red
rartoons and the Oil in green cartoon-.
TAIKE NO OTHER
FOR SALE BY
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Cools the Blood.
For Liver and Kidney Troubles.6
4epdO 50 ENTS
Rhame's Drug Store,
Summerton, S. C.
Noll~gto 10 Beolor8, aMl1isIllols,
To Executors. Admini-tratioru. ('uardianus and
I respectfully call your attention to annexed
statut1'. You will tdulca.e give this mnatter early
J. M. WINDH AM.
JTud;:e of Probate.
Sec. 20t4-(1942~). Exeuttori. Administrators.
Guardians and Commuittagus, shall annually
while any estate rumains in their care or cu:;
tody. at anpy tine before the first day of July of
each rear, rerlder to thme 4ndce of Probate of the
couiity imom wnm they obtain Letters Testa
meihrt or Letters bi Adinimstrators. or Let
ters of'Guiardianship. ei'c.. a just and true ac
count,~upon oath. &f'the receipts and expendi
tures of such estat'e ihe preceding Calendar
year. w'lich, wheni exdinined and approved.
shall be diposited with the Inventory and ap
prasement 'or other piipers belonging to such
estate, in the olMcc of said Judge of Probate.
there to be kept for the inspection of such per
sons as may be interes.ted in the estate-(under
Approved the 1d day of Maxrch, 1897
AI P e Face
is&a rointtft l syptoni of vitiated
blood. If covered withb pimples. the
IvidenICe ls, complete. I t's nature's
wvayoftwarninigyou ofyourconditi on.
hver Nile to rectify &1 dlsorderg pf
teblood, 'a11gh tor severe, of long
standf ng or recent origin. Its thirty
years e o lguaarietefcy.E
Soldeverwher. Prce 8.00 er full
Fur ote repared only by
W M. BROOKINTON, Manning, S. C.
Doors, Sash, Blinds,
Moulding and Building
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Sash Weights and Cords and
Window and Fancy ais a Spncialty.
To Women !
After you have tried Doctors and all
other preparations, and they have failed
to relieve you, then use
0 FEMALE PANACEA.
IT WILL CURE YOU.
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS IN MEDICINES.
L. GERSTLE & CO., Chattanooga, Tenn.
Sole Manufacturers and Proprietors.
Your Head Aches To=day.
It is a small matter; but it ached two days
ago, and again a week ago. You are acquiring
' ia 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.
$gis or -n uAN D hlC PEUL 5.
For sale by THE R. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE.
S. R. VENNING,
Jeweler & Watch Repairer;
MANNING, S. C.
- DEALER IN
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver
ware and All Kinds of Fancy
[ MAKE A SPECIALTY OF HEAVY SILVERWARE AND FANCY
Articles of all kinds, suitable for Wedding and Holiday Presents.
Suoh goods have never been sold here before. Call and see them.
I deal also in
1ImoId Funlc Hanl-Puin~gd 0100 ONu Iossone.
All Novelties in Silver bought of me will be engraved free of cost.
ALL REPAIR WORK GUARANTEED.
Manning Times Block, three doors south of Postoffmce.
Pr I.O3 . FO'E. -W7ATlC'E SIG-N.'%
We have .just received a lot of nice, seasonable goods which we know
will interest you. Among other things are:
TWO-GALLON WATER COOLERlS..,.,....,..,,.......$1 60'
WIRE DISH COVERS..............,..........8c and 10c each
-THREE PRONG ICE CHISELS...........,.,....,,.....15c
WIRE FLY TRAPS..............................15c each
f(CEF CREAMI FREEZERS-1-qt., $1.35; 2-qt, 81.5 3-qt., $2.25: 4-qt., $2.75.
STONE CHURNS...... ..... ...........1-gal., 25c.; 2-gal., 35c
TO~OT HPICKS-large package.............................5
We have lately received a large consignment of STOVES, and can safely
sa that we have the best assortment of them to choose from that has ever been
shown in Clarendon Cognty. Our prices, too, are so reasonable that they excite
comment from every one. We can assure you that you can do as well with us in
making purchases as you can anywhere.
WVe still have afew of thmose cheaip Oraingeburg Sw~eeps and Cotton Hoes
We have lately received a lot of Paris Green Distributors or Sprayers and
~vill endeavor to have them on hand when wanted.
Our One-Horse Harrows have been in great demand. We still have a few.
Will find our stock of Builders' Hardware in good shape. We have
Valley Tin. Locks. Hinges. Nails in endless variety. Also White Lead, Oil and
'olors for Painters.
Have bee~n tried and proe the best on earth. Weo have Bicycle Repairs
it owest pries.
Very truly yours,
Manning Hardware Co.'
I Summer Goodsi
SI w ill sell everyv dollar's. worth of Summer
-aGoods ~ rgar dless~ of cost.
(13 d The g.ood-. mnust g.o. I needl the room for Fall(
( 'orded Law~ns. worth . a............. C.
C olored Lawns. worth 125e. at .......... c. t
Colored P-iques. worth 12ie. at.........8 C.
I have put the knife in every line and if you
-want to buy goods cheaper than they were ever
e .la in Manning before. Give mec a call.
All Slippers Will Be Sold
At a Sacrifice.
SDon't fail to see our Perfeet-Fitting Corset.
SEvery pair guaranteed to give satisfaction.
SThanking the trade for past favors, I remain
FOR SALE BY THE
People's Tobacco Wafebouse,
Manning Hardware Company's Store,
These Baskets are made of White
Dak and they are equal to any tobacco
)asket on the market and
Call at the Manning Hardware store
mnd inspect them.
C. M. MASON.
W H E N YOU COME
TO TOWN CALL AT
Whicb is fitted up with an
oye to the comfort of hip,
customers. . . . .
IN ALL STYLES,
Done with neatness an
dispatch. . . . . . .
A cordial invitation
J. L. WELLS.
Manning Times Block.
f. S. BELL. T M. YOUNG
BELL & YOUNG,
Opp. Central Hotel, Planning, S. C
-: DEALERS IN:
Bicycles and Bicycle Supplies.
We also repair Wheels and guarantee
MACHINERY REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
SIGN PAINTING DONE WITH
NEATNESS AND DESPATCH.
All work entrusted to us will receive
BELL & YOUNO.
MONEY TO LOAN.
I am prepared to negotiate loans
on good real estate security, on rea
R. 0. PURDY,
Sumter, S. C.
Is where you get the right
sort of Clothes without dan-.
ger of mistake. Our Clothes
are of the right sort, and you
will appreciate their excel
lence and smallness of cost.
We Make Clothes to Order
for those who prefer them.
Lasting Materials, proper fit
and make and moderate pri
ces. Your orders will have
our best attention.
I. L DAVTID & BRO
S. W. Cor. Klng and Weatworth Sts.,
CH A RLESTON, S. C.
FIRE. LIFE. ACCIDENT &
A FULL LINE OF SAMPLES.
Carpets, Art Squares,
RUGS. DRAPERIES & BED SETS
Cpesewe freand 'ude ining furr
J. L. WILSON.
ALWAYS KEEP ON HAND
There Is no kind of pain
or ache, Internal or exter
nat, that Pain-KIller gwI1l
LOOK OUT FOR IMITATIONs AND SUB
STITUTES. t THE GENUINEh 5 oTTLE
BEARS THE NAME,.
PERRY DAVIS ? SONd.
.and Surveying and Leveling.
I will ao Surveying. etc., in Claren
on and adjoining Counties.
Call at office or address at Sumter, S.
'P. 0. Box 101.
JOHN R. HAYNESWORTH.
Will furnish estimates and make con
racts for all kinds of building and is
repared to contract for first class paint
S. L. KRASNOFF,
Manning, S. C.
For Sale or Rent.
The Lot and Dwelling of Rev. James
leDowell in Manning.
Also two desirable Building Lots ad
>ining for sale. For terms apply to
JOSEPH F. RHAME,
Manning, S. C.
A TTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
Otiee lately occupied by the late B.
'ressley B. Barron, Esq.
. s. wn-sos. w. C. DU7RANT.
ILSON & DURANT,
Allorney's and Couniselors at Lawe,
MANNING, S. C.