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P'LBLIS5HED) EVR WEDNEiSDAY'
7V". .i" U4 111:'" ~ ir~s
ondc C: -
This is the last week that the
Legislature will be in session. It
is scheduled to adjourn next Sat
urdi, as the limited time of forty
days with per diem will have
about expired. It is to be hoped
that the members will not dis
g'race the State next Saturday
night by keeping the hands of
the clock turned back and run
ning the session away into Sun
day, possibly adjourning after
day light Sunday morning, as
has sometimnes been the case.
Their work is not so important
as to necessitalte such action, and
were it so important they have
had sutlicient time in which to
do it before.
We have already commented
on the principal work of the
session. but a running sketch of
the greatest measures whien
have comie up will not be a111i55.
The appropriati) n of tifty
thousand dollars to the Charles
ton Exposition was passed.
The child labor question was
postponed until the next session.
v.lhen it will come up in greater
force than ever. The wide tire
bill was postponed until the
next session. which virtually
mneans its death. The appropri
aution of an extra 1+. + to pen
sionlers in tihe Confederate war.
making the a propriation c'.-'.
U0U, passed the House by a large
majority and the Senate will
har-cdly have the nerve to kill it
o1triglt. It lois as if it i: at
least satfe to expect anlmrease
of 50,to for pensions. as the
Senate will pro)ba bly comnpro
mise the amount. The Senate
has killed the appropriaition of
an extra 81Q).U( i for the p)ublic
schools, and the State colleges
will have to have their usual ap
propriations. 1s thle mIost of them
now have about as littie as they
Canl aliford to run on. A good
bill known as an insurance in
spection bill was carried over to
next session. as was also all leig
islation on the convict leasing
syst em And matter-s touching the
county grovernment law. The
di spensa ry was untouched, and
the Congressional redistricting
measure wvill conme upl agtain in
full force next session.
The House has passed a bill to
permit the redemption within six
months of lands sold for taxes
and the Senate oughit to kill it.
Graduates of the Char leston
Medical College will be allowe d
to practice without further ex
amuination,. anid a bill to eleet
count~y dispensers was killed.
As effects us locally, the fee
system of chargtes in tile Clerk's
office is restored and a joint res
olution has been introduced by
M:'. Galluchat to inquire into the
tinancial affairs of the county for
ten years back.
The general appropriation bill
is largter than ever before in the
State's history. and it looks as
if the session has been a harmo
nious one and. will end in gtood
feelini. This is creditable.
It was necessary under the
constitution for theC session to
meet and transauet all moutine
business. Taken a!! in all we
could see no0 nee~d of great radi
cal legtislation. They are ther-e
f.)re to be c-ongratulatedi that
they 1,ave done no gtreat evil.
The snirit of war seems5 to be
In thle air throcugliout the entire
world, and t11e year [t il I inds
many l)COples in a stale of rest
lessness5. Not only does war
exist ini the:0 Piii n.s and
South Afric::, bu tw or three4
South American rel uLbli s ar
itrl is said to be redy tbreak
'ut out at any. timel withi hiternal
(ti. Cuba andl Cina a r4
wVllo 4 lay 18o .hBx, we wIll 1menl
tioan tha theU in f KC:m sas se
ei tically' declar s salmoons to be
nuiscau 's and gives authmority- to
pr'iv people as well as to onil
cials to atbate themd. Hence Mrs.
,lyli "l')nelt as. candidates at ihet
$100 Reward, $100.
lit t~it .,-: tt r ;, l r..,.i" i" i:tt
. . . .. .. t " 1
. \ation is reported to
have't cut her faro in a rec ent
raid. it c.ouidn't have been her
ch11':k. could it
Cures Rheumatism or Catarrh in a Day.
I;. 11. 11. ; Itanie Blood Ialm eurt'.
tm wOr'st and mwtost 4tlbbl ornfl ca by
draining the pot:iln out of the blood and
iron. and( buih(titin up the broken
own cons lltl . iltien. Aches and pains
in te h nt..: (r joints. ,t\wollen :.landi- .
dr.etin"s in the throat. hawking. spit
tini or htal breat h. etc.. all disappear
prompt and pertanently. B B: B.
m-,whetre al el-e fails. )ruggists.
$1. iratIent of B. B. B. sent aso
luttlv free and prepaid by writing to
Blood Bail "o.. Atlanta, ea. Describe
trouble and free n.elical advice given
until cured. B. B. B. puts new iolor in
vour skin. and Imakes the blood redder
and mtore nourishing,. stopping all aches
and pains. I.)vor :i.00 cur-es hy B. B.
B. Sold by The I U. B. Loryea I)ruiz
The end of the Boer war is
evidentiy near at hand: they do
not win m'ore than one victory
a day nowadays.
Pneumonia Can be Prevented.
T i dise'ae alw' ay results rotz: a t old tr an
at:a.e 1 teip and ma ie prevented .y the
liar- ut r! chaiheriain'. Cough Remedy.
That'* r"m.:d" wat. extervely used durin the
endernie. of ia Lr:ppe of 'he past few year..
:t not a iec ca-e has ever been reported
..th:di m.: recovtr or that etsulted in pnu
nc::a. which thmwe. it to i a certain prevent
r lthat da: rctu di ease. cihanberlain's
C rough Remedy ha' :ained a word wide reputa
: for its cures "f coiI and ;:rip. For sale by
The R. 13. Leryea Dru Store. Isaac M. Loryea.
Things look blue for the sub
sidy bill just now: but by next
week thinrs may change. The
bill must be used to ups and
downs by now.
La Grippe Quickly Cured.
In th. t i::r of L. and lt I was taken
d,.w n wtth a stevere attack of what i called La
(;r:ppe." tay F. L. H wett. a p;romitnnct dru -
i W:ti*dti. 11.- The oniv medicine I us'td
.. Uw' a'ttl. of (hamberlaits Cuu;oh Iem
edl. I: .roar up the co l and stopped the
ou::'hi::_ li. m1a2.. and I h:t ' nev'r since
iten rubied ith ::rppe." ('h nlerlain's
u: hea dv car alway ise depentded upon to
btrear up a .tvere cld and warti (+ :y threat*
n-di Attack: of imt.mtn1i. It inea nt I t
take.t" . whc ma i th m st desirabr!
:" y f '1t . ": opu ar prt-par : .:: 1:1 .mse
for:& - altw:.,. i-T s:L ht' Th' R. B. Lr
t :' i, t.:-.r- . i-s:::: :"1. Lory a. P r p.
And~rew C'arnegie has sold his
a rmor- miaking~ plant because
he considers war dishonorable.
However, he0 has retalinedl a
To Cure A Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Uromno Quinine Tab
lets. All ut'gtsts refund thie monev
i it fails to cure. EC. W. Grove's sig.
natture is on each b't . 25e.
David B. Hill has r-efulsed tile:
Democratie nomination for 1904.
It seemfs to us that lie also r~e.
fused it in 1iY0 and 1 0(. Please
:-orrect us if we are wrong in this
A power-ful engine cannot be run with
a weak boiler, and we can't kee-p up the
train of an active life with a weak
tomach: neither can we stop the hu
nan machine to make repairs. If the
tomach cannot, digest enough food to
eep the body strong, such a prepara
ion as Kodol Dyspepsia Cuire should be
sed. it digests what you eat and it
imply ean't help but do you good. The
IB. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac .M. Lor
What is the new woman comf
ng to:- The co-eds in Chlic-ago
re djemandini i ltc-h keyvs. and
the rig'ht to ri-main out until
ifter mlidniiht. This is coming
t a little too stronig.
Bee.. ~ ~ TIb Kind You Have Always Bought
T he Pre-sident shiook up the
:ry bones in the army pretty ef
fetively when lie made those
promotions the other day. So
far as we can see. however. they
were all well mierited.
Whenc~ y-u watt a phytsie that -isrmild and
1.2-ev t' r:k andl petaant ill etteet us'e
h:abera in' tomact'ii~th and Lver Taba.tt.
lrice-. 5' een:t s. amlest'' free.. I> cry h~ux ::uar
std. Fo'r iVa byThe II. H. Leye-va Drug
The South Cariolina and1 West
Indian Exposition wich opens
iln Chiarleston tihe tirst of next
December is going to be a great
gahering of coneueciaitl peole-0
people pr)sp)etinlg for settle
men~its, bustiniess investmnents etc.
Eeycoun ity in ijbe State shlould~
have tan exiit, andi someI of the
o-unties are. alire dy taking~ steps
nt that (dir ct ion. W\e want to
Sttarendonti~i take liter naCe? ini
t' e frot rank of couty exhiibits,
mti.1 t ictunlt 0 t beirin nIow and
li' lV iti.a~tttr some serious
thogh. -. l-ore*~ long we hope
to, pr1 ii -n -he ppl of thet:
CtUlliV a }:ian 'ggign - ne
11011, :md m iii te :n anm e
el reset. '1n1 We itopek al
our public spiritedt ci t ns will
begtin revolv \ingi this mane~~jr ini
their in~ds. it is thoC rouglyx a
ptriotic andli publie Spir'ited purI
poxse, and one in which every\
bodye shonul he willimg to pull
-i-:N AiiT I 'H .\ M Blti, I
\We :l-. now~ nl ou' b--t week. all
.; ;il"- .,rs :l i:I i:h -!let -x eX 1ridavl\ W ill
r:::r to be ket OVti itil the
pity that :omie
- bil which have been enacted
inl, law, bati not found their way into
tilt hI ilati\ grave ard. The hill to
tIlit gIr(luatets of the I ih:it'=tteni
t. H ilal thollee to c tive w ; I Iiou
go~lingr before( the State board (tf minc
Sal eXaminers is one of the nimher. I
otptosed this bill} het'1ue I re':Irdedl it
a mila'sur teeimin with dang(e'r and
irefuIl re-ults: it would iijllr the
-tamline of, the collee and; its gradtu
at 1 I opposed}u t in-bi! onl the" fur.1ter
r'Ind tlat it wali, the duty of tlit law
lmatklr: to lithtw aotumi the Ieople
eei' saffegzuaTird posuil'. Tle doing
away with the State hoard examina
titns i: simply oIteninir the doors to
Imla l-pr'aet ice. q uackery and charlatanry.
and the plt';lte are the sut'iirers: and
as the ('11,1umbia State properly said in
a vry strong editorial. "it is a good
bill to kill." But it was not killed, it
passed the Senate by a majority of two
votes. not Wit hstanding the fact that the
most pitiful and plead in g appeals were
made to Ienhers to vote for the meas
ure. and a strong lobby worked hard
foi its passa .'. still with it all the hill
got throuth ''by the skin of its teeth"
and it is nIow uo to the governor where
\:e hope it is removed from that sickly
po\erty sentiment which citing to it
durinu its passage.
The wide tire bill was continiled over
to the next session and leaves us with a
breathing spell for at least one year
.' bill to prohibit Children inner 12
years of age from working in the fac
tories was defeated in the House by a
majority of about 2 to 1 and a similar
bill caine ip afterwards in the Senate.
I opposed its consideration and cup
ported a proposition to continue it over
to the next session. on the ground that
it was a waste of time and money to
take up the time of the Senate with a
measure that the House had already
indicated its opposition to: there was
not a possibility of passin the bill. and
further I am opposed to the legislature
dictating what parents shall do with
their children. It is such legislation
which brings about labor troubles and
the people intended to be helped are
always the ones injured. Whenever
South Carelina has in operation a con
pulsor'y education law. then perhaps
would a child labor law be effective.
but without. it would be taking the
children a.vay from making a living
and forcing them into idleness. and
thus add to the army of tramps. vag
rants. and dissolute women. The ma
jority in the Senate voted down the
propositiou to continue, many of them
had speeches to deliv r and deliver
thhem they did. without regard
to the cost to the peopie. The
speeches on this one bill occupied
three evenings. and some of the
peeches were the bummest lot of rot I
have ever listened at. but if the Sena
tors who were inflated with all this
wind had not been given the opportu
nity to let it escape. something might
"A Bill cotlstltiting a coImissioln to
adjudicate the claim of the Receiver of
''The President. Direetors and ('ompa
ny of the State Bank" to fund certain
bonds of the State which have been lt
or destroyed. was killed."
These hotndls were issued before the
war 1a as thie looks in the trlteaue
Soliec show. have never been paid. be
cause the itwners thereof have never
been found. It appears that during
the war thiey were stolen by Sherman's
army and wer'e either destroyed or lost:
oinly a part have been recovered. The
bill prtovidedl for a judicial inquiry to
to bie madl~e, and as amtendedi. before
any athoitty to pay woutld have been
given, aft er a jtudicial inquiry by a
coimi sion1 compolsed oif circtuit jtmdges
and the suitreme cout as the final
sourcee. then the tindin:gs were to be
reported balck to the legislature for its
alpprovl The matter took a wide
range of argument. sume contenmii
that the statute oif ilmitaltins should
apply. and others favor'ed the matter
being investigated to ascertain wvhet her
or not the State owed this money. SI)
on the motion to strike out the enact
ing wortds, whlich motion pirevailed I
'Because I do not believe that Sotuth
C.arotlina desires to repudiate any honest
debt. and as tbe records show. the
bonds have not been paid, the qjuestion
arises to wvhom do these bonds belong.
The amendments offered by Senators
Livingston and rlowver make pr'ovision
to have the bonds investigated byv judi
cial inquiry as to the validity and own
ership. and having full coniidence in
otmr Courts. I believe that the intemrests
of the taxpayers w(oukd be fully pr'o
teeted against any fraudulent claims.
This. I believe to be just to the State
an~d to the people.''
In the House Doctor Woods came to
the rescue of Winthrop when the at
tempt was made io cut down het ap
propriation.* He made a strong and
telling speech and the attempt was de
Doctor WVoods' emigrant, agent hill
came from the judiciary committee with
an tunfavor'able report. but notwith
standing the conunittee wvas comnposed
of lawyers they did not escape severe
criticisml fr'om Dr. WVoods. He pressed
his mea':sme' with a strionig speech and
r'ippedo~t h'ecomm~hit te up t thei Imeak for
"bill lbe cotinuch :" t he hill passedi thi'
House andi is no0w in the Senate.
When the C onfederate pension hill
caime upl the House went wild, the halls
iang with eloquen~t spechtes. i r.
G~alluchat responded to the appead for
the yotung men to come to the rescue (of
the veterans, and in substance said:
"I wvas too young to smell powder
fromi '61 to '0~>. 1 am glad the gentle
man over' the way' referred to the r'e
poirt oif the C'omptrnoller G;ener'al and
insists tHiat taxes shall not be raised
even for this purplose. It stirred upi
the old (Confederate soldier anti when[
ptercteived thle tire iiamne in his eve js
now and saw him:1 sink back in his
chair', going down gamie. I could not
keep may seat. Deep down in his heart,
thr is somnething that makes him
tuly eloquent. C omning to) the point.
the ques tion is: Shall the tax levy' be
r"isedl or' 1 the old soldier to starve on?
Thug huntgr'y and shelhterless. he is
too proudt to beg. tto hotnest to steal. I
don't belt.eve there is a tman oni thiS
hloir who w .ill oppose this amendment
If 'ou' l but retleet who thle Co'tnfeder'ate
iir i.what he is' and what lie has
dont' for hims c ountry.t
"There 'r only a few left. and the
molis't of t he-e b.ar ix api~tng wonds.
whit', Ihad 2tey tonittues. a tale could
tell wotuld t ir vou he~,arts and caulse'
Im llh t reIt oep. I applealn
patio titlt and mltartvczt ioit nendha
th i obtt hms ive ieen. an 1 tit now
inte to iigt. in t the id.it thea
wti.- 'in:-- He Ic itek h0i..land c
ut ,t t mfl it' l w. wa i is k t1e amend
queingl on thehaofne of themltitional
ittnl~ e.ranlt o icrl-marka nh:e areo
( omielv.Them H'oulflty h-Maj t.ion darmly
tisupo'rt thi bl '10.va'' prooto fcor
in bringing about its death. Introduced
by the committee on oftices and officers
A Joint lesolution authorizing and
requiring the county board of commis
sioners of larendon county to have
thoroughly investigated its present con
dition of and hie workings of the public
othices of ('h-reidon iount y for ihe list
.i. t ialluIi at I ile author. ,ui nitted
the resolution with the approval of my
seIf and I)r. Wos.
.\lajor Ricatnison said -no sp~ecilic
charges had been made to him of any
necessity for this inspection. but as the
author of the resolution. no doubt has
good and sullicieut i _ ason for his meas
tire. he would not throw any obstacle.
on behalf o, his constituents. to the
n-esolution. but thought it should b
through the raiind jur y. and not through
the countv coumissioners."
.\Mr. Galluchat said that on belalf of
the people of C'larendon county. and
her otiers against whom no remiss
ness of duty" should be changed as was
done by the special expert of the legis
lature Mr. Brooker. against some of
our otieers. he insisted that an invest;
ation should be had. as a matter of
justice to the people and the otliceris
who might now be living under the
suspicion of wrong doing. If there is
1O ground for the suspicion the oflicial
will pto t iy the investigation. if there
is rood ground then the people will
potit by it.
The resolution comes over to the
Senate tomorrow. and if it, can he
reached in time will pass.
When the appropriation bills get
over in my department I am sorry to
sav that there is a wide difference of
opinion between the House members
and myself --they favored and voted for
the $200.000 pension and $100.00) free
school appropriations and I will not.
My reason is sim'i'y this: The veterans
only ask for $~.000it. iwhich is $50.000
moie than they have ever received, and
which amount I am willing they should
have. Now to give them 821O.@ is
simply giving more than the State is
able to give without increasing the ta::
levy. I will vote for no measure which
will increase the tax levy. We are
paying a State levy of five mills and it
is already too high. and to add addi
tional taxes to give to politicians to dis
tribute for political favor, will have no
support from me. I am a strong advo
cate of free schools. but f will vote
against the $10J,00O appropriation, be
cause this appropriation will not come
out of the State treasury, but requires
each county to make an addition to its
levy, thus fooling the people into voting
upon themselves more taxes, in the
guise of ain appropriation. I regard it
a hypocritical trick to fool the masses.
It is like inviting a fellow to take a
drink out of his own bottle and, in the
language of Josh Ashley. "I am agin
sich.'' If these fellows are in earnest
to give more money to the free schools
wly do they not make a direct State|I
appropriation: It is all very well to
tickle people with pretenses. but real
ities are what they want, and all of this
stage playing for political effect will
amount to naught. I favor appropria
tions for the needy soldier, he should
have it. but I am teetotally opposed to
the manner in which the fund is dis
tributed. 'Many who are indeed worthy
do not get one cent, and many who are
not eligible get the money. The in
creasing of the appropriation means
adding more money to favorites and
does not provide for the bringing in of .
those who have been kept out. If the
appropriations are not changed by the
Senate then look out for an increased
State lev of about 40 per cent, and I I
do not h lieve the people wand to have
State ta.< raised.
Mlis Pet Wilson, at datughteir of S(
hlicitor Wilson. is visiting friends in the
A new ctse of smallpox has broken
out tt the anvitum andl the authorities
tre afrad to atdmit newv patients.
Are ;rr:und. but skin eruptions roh life of joy
IBucklIn's Arnica Salve. cures them: also old,
runtar and fever stres. uleers. hoils. felons.
ped h:mdsti chijihlains. iiLst pile cure tn earth.
lOrice, tut p~r n and arht., onily met. a box.
(ure ::u::r mterd. M6old by T1he Rt. H. Loiyea
Secretary Long did a most in
judicious thing when he gave his
letter to Senator Morgan in re
gard to the Sampson-Schley con
troversy out for publication.
Long is a good little man, but,!
like others, lhe is daft on the sub
je'ct of Sampuson.
1is signature is on every box of the gena
tLaxative Bro~mo-Quinine Tabet
:3 remedy that enres a cold in one anty
Petroleum occurs In Algeria, and at
Oran there is a tract 120 miles In
length that is saId to be exceedingly
rich in petroleum.
Like bad dollars. all counteirfeits of -
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve are worth- .
le.ss. The original quickly cures piles,
sores and all skin diseases. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea.
It is doubtful if any other fruIt could
be found at once so common, cheap .p
and delicious its daites. They are most
healthful and excellent for children. c
Stops the Congh and Works off the Cold.
Laxative Briomo-Quinine Tablets eture -
a cold in one day. No Cunre, No Pay.
Pric :2~> eents.
The average sIlk hat, size 7%. weighs
5 ounces; the average stiff derby hat ot
the same size weighs 4% ounces; the
average straw hat of the same size
weighs 2% ounces.
Bears the The Kind You Hav Always Bought
of '~7'C C A Z1
Slight Skin Eruptions are a Wvarning
Tho Only Safe Way is to Heed the W
lsathe Most Powerful Bi
Nature, in her efforts to correct mista
careless living, or it may be from aneest<
other imperfections orthe skin, as a wara
haps tumors, cancers, e rysipelas or pulmc
you neglect to heed the warning and corr
Many a lingering, painful disease and
simply because these notes of warning 1
pure by a right use of JOH NSTON'S SAl
Miss Abbie J. Rande, of Marshall, Mi
"I was cured of a bad humor after
doctors and my friends said it was salt rhi
and ears, and then on my whole .body. I
suffered during those five years.,1 io use
I did. I tried every medicine that was
enough to buy a house. I heard JOHI
praised. I tried a bottle of it. I began tc
finished the third bottle I was completely
since. I never got any thing to do me the
SA RSAPARILLA. I would heartily advi!
or skin disease of any kind to try it at onc
trouble, and was run down and miserable,
made me all right."
The blood is your life and if a
sist disease or face contagioL' fea
fails. It is for sale by aUl druir
W. M- BROC)
You know What You Are Taking
When you take Grove's Tasteless
Chill Tonic because the formula is
plainly printed on every bottle showing
that it is simply [ron and Quinine in a
tasteless form. No Cure. No pay. 50e.
Knew When to Go.
"Give us proof of your boasted wis
dom." cried a lot of chattering magpies
to the owl.
"I will." he said and dew away.
Persons who can not take ordinary
pills find it a d'easure to take DeWitt's
Little Early Risers. They are the
best little liver pills ever made. The
it B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M.
Travelers say the hotels of Cairo.
Egypt. are the best in the world. They
are as good as the best osulinental ho
tels. better than the best American ho
tels and extremely better than the
fashionable London hostelries.
The Best Prescription far Malaria
Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove's
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply iron
md Quinine is a tastele-:s form. - No
-ure. no pay. Price 50e.
A Fated Spot.
About a mile south of the Michigan
state line and near Cedar Take. Indiana,
is a small spot of land upon which
vegetation absolutely refu~ts to grow.
The surrounding soil, though apparent
ly the same, Is very productive. The
spot Is less than 20 feet in diameter
and is located in a grove which tra
dition declares to have been the tor
ture ground of the Rawbeese Indians.
For the weakness and prostration fol
(-.ing Grip, there is nothing so
ou pt and effective as One Minute
ough Cure. This preparation is high
y endorsed as an unfailing re medy for
il throat and lung troubles and its
,arly use prevents consumption. It
vas made to cure quickly. The R. B.
:oryea Drug Store. Isaac \I. Loryea.
I have opened up a Sewing Machine
tore next door to Mr. S. A. Righv's
reneral merchandise store Augrust 1st.
900. I will carry the
I lle g 8o ill Moilles Moe.
The new ball-bearing "New Home."
he best machine made: also "New
deal" and "Climax." from $18 to $40.
I sell on Instalment. Easy Payment
?lan. I clean and repair any kind of
nachines for least money possible.
('all and see me.
A. 1. BARRON, Ag't.
I have been appointed a regular
[he Equitable Life Assurance Society
Lnd will he pleased to talk or corres
)ond with any one wishing Life Insur
ance in the strongest company finan
ially in the world.
Thie Equitable works to maintain
hat its name implies, and is writing
11 the latest and most p~opular p~olicies
or priotection2. savings 01' investment.
We offer some policies especially- ad
~autageoius to young men.
JT. H. LESESNE.
Mlanning. S. .
R~AMON'S NERVE AND BONE OIL
still head th' list and' arc acknowledged by
all to he the great conquerors of pains,
aches and dliseaLses for which they are
Eamon's Roliof will psitively cure
pains of all kinds. Fiuch as Headaece Sick
Headache. Toothache. Neuralgia, Cramp
Colic, Pains in the Stomach and Bowels,
Diarrhoa. &'c., almuost instantly, and, as a
household remedy for these sudden sick
nessee, it has no equal in the world. "Once
tried, always used." Price 2> and 50 cents.
Sample bottles 1u cents.
Ramon'e 2Corvo & Bono Oil is the
origin~al and only genuine Nerve k..d Bone
Oil made. i t is jus~t what its name implies.
and penetrating quickly to the nerve and
bone, relicves pain, drives away disease
and efreets a permanent cure. A specific
for Rtheumnatism, Sores, Bruises. Sprains.
Cuts, Burns, and alt injuries to the flesh of
either man or beast. Price 25 and 50 cents.
Sample bottles 1u cents.
The gennine has the name blown in the
bottle. The Relief is put up in square red
cartoons and the Oil ia green cartoons.
TAKE NO OTHER
FOR SALE BY
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Doors, ashR Blids
DohoWight Sahd Blindsan
inds and Fancy 6las.s a Specialty,
>f Something ftore Serious to Comoe.
taning. Johnston's Sarsaparilla
mo Purifier Kinown.
kes, which mistakes have come from
>rs, shoots out pimples, blotches and
ing that more serious troubles (per
nary diseases) are certain to follow if
Ict the mistakes.
many an early death has been avoided
ae been heeded and thle blood kept
muffering with it for five years. The
~um. It came out on my head, neck
was perfectly raw with it. What I
telling. Nobody would believe me if
dvertised to cure it. I spent money
NSTON'S SARSAPARILLA highly
improve right away, and when 1 had
cured. I have never had a touch of it
least good till I tried JOHNSTON'S
e all whio are suffering from humors
e. I had also a good deal of stomach
but JOHNSTON'S SARSA.PARILLA
:re and stron you can psitively re
)HNSTON'S SARSAPARILLA never
Inart bottles at only one dollar each'
t, Manning, S. C.
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
r, and make the blood rich and pure.
drugist for RsovrRPI ADbThNIC PELIETS.
For sale by THE Rt. 1. LORYEA DRUG STORE.
Some Special Bargains.
44.- bhoxes Starch. best grad.. t............... .......... .............................3Vc per ti
-... Ded r. ....... . .... . .. .............. c per box
New Mackerel. 14 Jood flsh to kit...... 9......... ... 1c
Fan y Full Cream Cheese. :2 to 4 lbs each. ............. .................................13c per lb
Best Fancy Elgin Creamery Butter. 00-lb tubs, at.......................24 per lb
American Sardines -new pack.......................................... -3.8; per ease 100) cans
10-oz Tumbler Fruit Jelly. 31 hw. to case ...........................................The per (doe
3-1b stand Tomatoes. 2 doz in ease.......... ......................................70c doz
"-bstand Tomatoes. 2 (lox in case..................................................... 70c doe
Half-pint bottles Assorted Pickles. 2 doz in cas.............. ........ ............The doz
1-lb cans Cove Oysters. full weight. 2 and 4 doz in case.................. ................9oc doz
2-lbeans Fancy Maine packed Sugar Corn........... ... .........................?1.20 doz
2-h cans Fancy New York State packed Sugar Corn............................. ...$..........1 doz
Lemons. 5 4c: Nie Nacks .............5 c per lb Best Fancy Patent..... ............ . .45 bb!
Ginger Snaps. : Soda Crackers... per lb Best Halt Patent......................... 1 bbl
Sugar Crackers 6c: Fancy Mlixed. ;.'c per lb Best Straight ............... .94 bbl
Cream Lunch Biscuits............. e per lb Best Family.. .............. .......... 3.25 bbl
Oattlakes. 2-lb packages.......... ........ e doz Salt. 100 - --........b........................5 C ba
MEAL, GRITS, BACON AND LARD AT LOWEST PRICES.
Cigars, Cheroots, C garettes and Tobacco.
Diamond T Cigar. best Sc seller, at................. .......... ................35 per 1.000
Success, none better............................................................. 35 per 1.000
E. L. Royal Cigar, good smoke -...-..-......-......-...-............ . ..-. .... . 1
Try our Leader........................ ......................-...... ...... .......... 1050 1.000: 60c box
Old Virginia Cheroots....................................$3.15 per box of 2~J Cheroots: 3 for 5c
SGlory C eroots................................ ........ . .. x 90 per box of 200 Cher:ots
World's Best Cheroots.......-..................................3.25 per box of 250 Cheroo ts: 3 for 50
Cigarettesgrette -........ -...... ........... ................ ........... .......-?_.65 per 1.000
A Big Supply of Tobacco, amely. Schnapps. Early Bird. . J. I..
Eve~~~~~~~~~~~ anStiu ter1iu ~us d~n ri able. Laila Roohk. Little Fancy. Red
Eve and various other kinds-price. rantrin;; fromn 25c. 35e an;t 45e" per 1b.
Big Drives in Soap.
OCTAGON, VICTORY, TIP-TOP, ELECTRIC, IMPERIAL.
SHOE BLACKIN(;. INK. IHLrEIN(;. Etc.
See us. nr get our prices before you buy.
UMT~i. - - - .
Had ware-Im emeiits- Stoves.
L B. DuANT, Suter,
Being in close touch with the very best markets. I am better prepared
to handle the trade than ever before. and I therefore invite an inspection
of my stock.
Remember I am in the Ducker-Bultman Company building, opposite
the Court House. Come to see me when you want
Hardware, Stoves, House
Furnishing Goods, Harness,
Saddles, Leather, &c., &c.
A MAGNIFICENT LINE OF
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
My store is headquarters for Guns. Pistols, Powder, Shot, Shells and
the very latest in Sporting Goods.
I also handle large quantities of Paints, Oils, and Window Glass.
For Engine and Mill Supplies there is no better place to buy.
Come and examine my large line of Cooking and Heating Stoves.
Every Stova bought from me is warranted.
SUCMT~ER, - - S. 0.
TH CAROLINA GROCERY COMPANY,
THOMAS WILSON, President.
159 East Bay - - Charleston, S. C.
Ai n EnaId 3e Old to sav Yos Mit U for ?ricet. t
head of HORSES AND MULES. There
Swill beO some tinef ufles amifong them.
- Competition is the Life of Trade.
Tre are six stableS in thet City se4li orses
and mle(s. so we HiAVE to sell them elose.
H. H ARBY.
TO THE TIMES OFFICE.
$ FURNITURE -:
S ARTHUR BEIIZER,
SUMTER, - - S. C.
Direct from the factories
I have now on hand the 6
most complete stock of Fur- $
niture I have ever carried.
Bed Room and
Attractive and cheap. $
I am also handling a 8
beautiful lot of
Y When i1 Sumter it will
Y pay you to visit my Furni
F ture Parlors.
Arthur Belitzer, Y
i SU 'rr ER- - S- C.
A Gallon of PLE LaED OfL me
tr, any ndcantd a I is Eno of
makes 2 gallons of the VdY BEST
PAIT in the WORLIS for CHIP
Syou aint bill. IS gAR MORE DrRABLE th a
PEEt WRITE LEAD and is ABSOLtTELY NOT Pot
So. oCS. H.AxEHi PALI-l is made of the BEST 01
PAIN~T MIATERELS-each as all coed painters use,
and is ground TRICK. VERY TRICK. :rO trouble to
mix, any boy ando it. It IS the COMION SEN~SE 01
HoMsE PAIST. no BTER paint can bO made .
ANY cost. andls
NOT TO CRACK. BLISTER, PEEL OrCHP
F. HA M3!A R PAIN'T CO., St. Louis, No.
Sold and guaranteed by
MANNING, 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
ience 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.
J.& L.DAID & BRO'
S. W. Car. King and Westworth Sis.,
Bank Of Mannin[,
Trausacts a general banking busi
Promprt arltd special niut lvin given
o depositors re:-i'1ing out of town,.
All collect ions :.ave rompit at ten
Busiuess hounrs frcrn 9 n. wr. to 3
L LEVI, Cashier.
3C.IaRD OF DIECTurN.
. W. McLEar, \\. E. BROWs,
. M. NEXSEN, JOSF.PU SPRo'r',
JOSEPH F. RHAME,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
ATTORNEY AT Law.
MANNING. S. C.
ILSON & DcRANT,
yt/f,, maul coun~'i(rs af Latr,
M.\NNING. S. C.
BYRD & THARP,
PaACTITiONERS OF MEDICINE
AND SURGERY. d
als promnptly answered day or night
CADES. S. C