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MANNING. S. C.. FE,. :. 1901.
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WvashiltCI1. 1). C.
A DIFFERENCE OF OPINION.
Lack of time and space pre
vertecl our answering in the
same issue the article of Hon.
Henry B. Richardson which ap
peared in THE TiMES last week.
and since reading it over care
fully we have come to the con
cusion that our friend Mr. Rich
ardson in stating his position let
slip a justification for our opin
ion that the extraordinary and
wild appropriations voted by the
House was "a trick to- fool the
masses" and "stage playing for
Mr. Richardson says, "I ADMIT
THIS Is NOT A PROPITIOUS TIME
FOR ANY INCREASE OF APPRO
PRIATIONS." After such an ad
mission it strikes us that his at
tempt to justify his voting for
increased taxation fails, because
if "this is not a propitious time
for any increase in appropria
tions," why imperil the people
with a heavier tax burden, unless
those so ~voting did not see the
difference between an appropria
tion for free schools to come
from an additional tax put on
their county levy, and one to
.come directly out of the State
treasury from whence comes the
money to support the colleges?
We do not pretend to say that
every man who voted for the
1OO,000 appropriation did so
with ulterior motives, but we do
mean to give it as an opinion
that many of those who did vote
for it did not look into the mat~
ter to see whether or not it
would increase taxation, or
whether it would force upon
* communities an additional tax
*they did not need. for the rea
son they 'have already given a
practical demonstration of their
desire to foster education by vol
untarily voting upon their prop
ertv a suficient amount to run
their schools. In this school dis
trict is- well as others, such a
step was' taken and we do not
*believe those-who took this step
voluntarily, want the Legislat
ure to come along now and force
from them more taxes: because,
forsooth, there are some districts
which can and will not vote upon
their property an additional tax
for school purposes.
Major Richardson and his fam
ily connections are large owners
of the lands in Fulton township,
and under the law now upon our
statute books he can get his
friends and relatives together
and vote upon themselves an ad-.
ditional tax of 4 mills. This
would give a practical demon
* stration of his anxiety to foster
the spirit of education and show
his earnestness in 'the educa
tional welfare of the poor chil-'
dren of' his community. We
heartily agree with our friend in
the necessity for encouraging!
the educational spirit, but we
disagree as to the means to ac
complish the desired result. Had
the appropriations as passed by
the House stood, we were in
formed by one who is a student
of the State's finances, the levy
would have been increased near
ly two mills, and the practical:
effect of the $100,000 free school
appropriation would have been
to-'add a mere pittance to the sal
ary of teachers without increas
.ing the school term, or if the
money was spent to increase the
term, it would not have length
ened it two weeks, not sufficient
ly to warrant the increase in
It strikes a popular chord to
be anxious to aid the free schools,
but before we force heavier taxes
upon the, people. we should de
clare from the stump that if elee
ted we will advocate increased;
taxation for such a purpose.
When we have Idone this, we:
-have the sanction of those who
pay the taxes, but until then, ac
cording to our understanding of
the declarations and promises
made, all of us are bound to op
pose any and all measures that
tend to increase taxation.
If voting away 850,000t more
than the Confederate Veterans'
Association asked the Legislat
ure for is not working a senti
ment to play to the politicai gal
tion of what political stage pla;
ing means. There is not a men
her of the General Assembl
who would not like to see h
way clear to give the pensioner
of this State a good substanti
)ension--One which would 1
them spend their latter days
comfort, but when the State do(
its best. it does nobly,and we cal
not affordt to V)&~"'' .:; U
blind us 1 a b I il
which mus: me
hensions S;,vv was appropi
ated, then it was doubled
8O1,U000, and last year the Su
vivors' Association asked tl
Legishtture to make the su
150,000. To comply with th
request it was ascertained, aft<
careful calculation, that ti
State might do so, and whE
the measure came up it was o
incentive for oratorical fir
works. While under the spe
of or atory the~ proposition
give the ;-Vets" X50,000 mo
than they asked for was mad
and it went through without r
gard to consequences. We ha
heard members of the House so
that one reason no strenuous a
tempt was made to stay the ti(
of reckless appropriations, w,
confidence in the cooler jud
ment of the Senate which wou
have time to make the necessal
investigations before votin
When these measures came b
fore the Senate it was thoroug
ls demonstrated that to conci
with the House' meant a heat
increase of taxation, and it w,
the concensus of opinion that ti
people had not had an opport
nity to express their willingne
to stand such a raise of taxe
therefore the deceptive $100,0(
for free schools was cut out,
was also' the $50,000 more the
was asked for. But what co:
vinces us of the recklessness 4
insincerity of the House, ti
Senate amendments, cutting 01
these extraordinary appropri
tions were accepted in short o
der, thus giving the gallei
players in the House their mus
for the next campaign, at ti
same time fixed the responsibi
ity on the Senate.
In all of our "Capital C'orre
pondence" we endeavored to I
absolutely fair and tried hard 1
give each and every member<
the delegation credit for ever:
thing done, and when we mei
tioned the action of the House c
any measure we meant it conlec
i elv and not individually.
was our pleasure to often agrf
with the delegation, but thei
were some measures that we ha
different views on, but at tI
same time our differences wei
pleasant. It would indeed be r<
markable "for four men to sit t<
gether for forty days and n<
have differences of opinion. TI
only difference between frier
Richardson and ourself is thb
he says, "I admit this is not
propitious time for any increas
of appropriation~s," but neve:
theless he voted for the increal
and we, realizing that "this
not a propitious time for an
increase of appropriations
could not consistently vote f<
the increase. Both of us havin
an honest difference of opinic
with not the slightest antag<
nism toward one another, but c
the contrary, each enjoying' ti
$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper will be pleased
learn that there is at least one dreaded dises
that science has been able to cure in all
stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall'sCatarrh Ct
is the only positive cure known to the medli
fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional d
ease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hal
Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting direc1
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the s:
ten, thereby destroying the foundation of
disese.anld ;ilving the patient strength byv but
inr up the constitution and assisting nature
doing its work. The proprietors have so mu
faith in its curative powers. that they offer o
Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls
cure. Send for list of testimonials.
Address. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo.
Sold by druggists. 75c.
Hais Family Pills are the best.
Clarendon should not wait mi
til too late to begin preparatiol
for a good exhibit at the exp
sition. Active work should cor
meced at once, and, the cor
missioners for this county oug]
to see to it that every farme
merchant, mill man and evel
other industry is represente<
Clarendon has tine woods in h<
swamps, that ought to be gottP
out and prepared for the exir
bition, our soil produces a
kinds of food and manufacturir
products, these should be givf
a conspicuous place, and 01
tobacco product will make a flu
show, besides we have numbe:
of things in this county that wi
attract attention and by placir
themi on exhibition our resourc<
will be advertised and brir
about good results. Let us a
go to work with the determin
tion to make Clarendon's exhit
second to none in the State.
There is always danger~ in usil
counterfeits of DeWitt's Witch Haz
Salve. The original is a safe and et
tai cure for piles. It is a soothing al
healing salve for sores and all skin d
eases. The R. B. Loryea Drug Stot
r Senator Tillman has secure
1- the $250,000 appropriation f<
y the Charleston exposition, b
is tacking on as a rider to the 6
:s Louis 8500,0000 measure. Coi
ii iressman Latimer endeavored 1
't do the same thing, but failei
n There is a difference in knowin
s how, and your Uncle Ben knov
1- how. Charleston can no
breathe easy, that appropriatis
o is safe, and the United Statt
is government will have a fine e:
tibit on the grounds.
Pneumonia Can be Prevented.
This disease always results from a cold or
o attack of the grip and may be prevented by t
timely use of Chamberlai's Cough Remed
- That remedy was extensively used during t
epidemics of la grippe c.f the past few yea
e and not a single case has ever been report
that did not recover or that resulted in pne
[ monia, which shows it to be a certain prever
ive of that dangerous disease. Chamberlain
1S Cough Remedy has gained a world wide reput
tion for its cures of colds and grip. For sale
3r The R. 1. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M. Lorye
n Judge Benet's charge to ti
n Anderson grand jury with refe
- ence to the kind of labor coi
11 tracts they operate in that se
;o tion, and the mode of slaver
-e under the guise of law, has bee
, the subject of- much favorab
- comment throughhout the Unite
-e States. We think if a thoroug
y investigation is made Anderso
t- is not the only county -whic
le takes advantage of its laborin
LS classes. There are all manner <
- devices to rob the laborer of h
Ld hard e'arned dues.
. To Cure A Cold In One Day
e- Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Ta
lets. All druggists refund the mon(
if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's si
r nature is on each boy. 25c.
Mrs. Nation's admirers ai
ie trying to get her ladyship
visit the Carolina's to do h<
smashing act, but should si
come her antics would be promp
ly checked by the law. Fana1
L cism may over-ride law, espe
ially when wrapped in fema
2. attire, in Kansas, but when
>r takes such a violent turn it wi
e not be tolerated in this section
it the globe. True, there are son
fanatics in this section, but the
r fanaticism has not reached tl
.y destructive stage, and will no
ic What they cannot accomplish b
1e persuasion and the ballot the
1- will. endure.
La Gripp3 Quickly Cured.
In the winter of 1898 and 1899 I was tak
ic down with a severe attack of what is called ]
Grippe.'' says F. L. Hewett. a prominent dr,
ogist of winfield, Ill. -The onl medicine I us
was two bottles of Chamberlain's Cough Re:
yf edy. It bzrke up the cold and stopped t
coughing. like magic, and I have never sin
-. been troubled with grippe." chamnberlaix
Courh Remedy can always be depended upon
1- break up a severe cold and ward off any threx
ened attack of pneumonia. It is pleasant
ntake. too. which makes it the most desiral
,and one of th most popular preparatoi n n
yea Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea. Prop.
Et -._ _
e* The Virginia-Carolina Chen
-e ical Company, what is familiar]
d known as the fertilizer trust, ha
te made a deal recently whic
-e brings into their control "TI:
a Charleston Mining and Manufai
>- turing Company," a concer
>t which controlled the best of tI:
te phosphate lands in this Stat<
.d This means the tightning of tI:
tt trust grasp on the fertilizer ii
a dustry, and the farmers will bi
e come the prey upon which tI:
r- yoracious appetite of the truf
e will feed. Look out for an ii
is crease in the price of fertilize2
y next year, unless the farmei
"take the mhtter into their ow
>r hands and devise means to.thwa:
g the oppression.
>- stops the Cougiand Works off the Cold
n Laxative Bron-uinine Tablets cui
a cold in one day. No (Cure. No Pa
ePrice 2.3 cents.
Congressman Talbert of Sout
Carolina had the honor to pri
eside over the House of Represei
etatives last Friday. Speak<
LHenderson is a Republican sta
lwart, and his inviting a Sout
SCarolina Congressman to pri
i side created some amazemen
Sbut we hope the incident will n<
cause some politician to take ai
ovantage of it and try to mal
the people of this State belies
. that Talbert has -'"Republica
t tendencies." Politics has reacd
y. ed that stage in this State, whE
1.a man in office must be vei
.- careful how treats his opponent
ibecause if they show a dispos
r, tion to be friendly, it is taken
.y ~.good ground for suspicion of di
1 loyalty to party, especially whE
3r there are others who want h
1-When you want a physic that is mild a
1gentle. easy to take and pleasant in effect t
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Table
a Price. :25 cents. Samples free. Every box gu:
* anteed. For sale by The R. B. Loryea Dr
Store. Isaae M. Lorvea, Prop.
The latest news about the go
Serrnent's contribution to tl
1exposition is not as cheerful
git was a day or two ago. Sen
tor Tillman tacked on to the
Louis bill a rider which wel
Sthrough like a fiash, but when
went back -to the House, Co:
t gressmaan Elliott threw an o
struction in the way of its ado:
tin;ust why, no one knov
Sunless he is trying to appeas
chis Beaufort constituents in the
prospective loss of the Nav
Station. The Beaufort peopl
d because they believe that Char
r leston is responsible for the re
y moval agitation, and as a conse
t quence they did not take kindly
i- to Elliott sitting astride the
o fence silently acquiescing in
i. Charleston's conduct. The spirit
g of opposition to Charleston was
iexhibited in our own State Sen
w ate when the rwas. .i-b ij for
rtderation, ceding certain
s marsh lands in Charleston for
naval station purposes. Senator
Talbird made a vigorous and
stubborn fight against the meas-!
ure, and with characteristic can
f dor he did not attempt to cover
(his opposition with any myste
rious veil. We theref:re con
clude that Congressman Elliott
sees "the pointing of the straws'
and he trims his sails according
ly, hence his obstruction to the
passage of the amendment giv
our exposition $250,000.
Congressman Elliot is now be
tween the grinders, not making
a vigorous fight to keep the sta
n tion at Port ZRoyal, and thus
le giving a quasi consent to its re
d moval, has incensed his home
h county against him, and now
n giving the exposition appropri
*h ation a stumpy road to travel
will be resented by the Charles
ton vote. The Beaufort people
s will look upon him as trying to
recant when too late, and the
Charleston people will look upon
him as endeavoring to mend his
b- broken fences in Beaufort at the
Y expense of Charleston. Verily!
Elliott appears to be "between
the devil and the deep blue sea"
,e with a strong prospect of being
; put on the dry dock for repairs,
%r or ordered out of commission en
- aa0 A 1WT O~ 2. A.J Bub
Bantu De Kind You No lan hs Bought
it ' 0 - -
11 Stages of Water.
Camden. Feb. 22, 8 a. m.-Height of Waterce
river, 4.5 feet, being a fall of 2-10 of a foot during
te past 24 hours.
Feb. 25, 8 a. m.-Helght of wateree river,
4.4 feet, being stationary during past 24 hours.
Le Columbia. Feb. 22, 8 a. m.-Height of Conga
ree river. 8-10 of a'.foot, being a fall of 6-10 of a
foot during past 24 hours.
y Feb. 25. 8 a. m.-Height of Congaree river,
y 7-10 of a foot, being a fall of 1.10of a foot during
past 24 hours.
- St. Stephen's, Feb. 22 8 a. m.-Height of
Sante-e river. 8.2 feet. being a fall of 3-10 of a
foot during past 24 hours.
Feb. 25. a. m.--Height of Santee river. 7.2
n feet. being a fall of 4-10 of a foot during past 24
n- Cures Blood Poison.-Treatment Free.
SDoes your skin.itch and burn? Dis
s tressing eruptions on the skin so you
o" feel ashamed to be seen in company?
Do scabs anid scales form cn the skin,
les hair or scalp? Have you ec?.ema? Skin
sore and cracked? Rash form on the
rskin? Prickly pain in the skin? Swol
len joints? Falling hair? All run
down? Skin pale? Old sores? Eating
- sores? Ulcers? To cure to stay cured
ytake B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm)
which makes the blood pure and rich,
5 then the sores will heal and the itching
h of eczema stop forever, the skin become
clear and the blood pure. B. B. B.
e sold at drug stores, -$1. Trial. treat
- ment sent free and prepaid'by writing
to BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta, Ga.
n Describe your trouble and free medical
e advice, giv'en. Over 3000 testimonials
of oures by B. B. B. Sold by The R. B.
- Loryea Drug Store.
e RAMON'S NERVE AND BONE OIL
stilhad helit ad reacknowledged by
aches and diseases for which they are
's mn'mse ~il oiiely cure
S Headache. Toothache, Neuralgia, Cramp
Colic, Pains in the Stomach and Dowels,
't nesee. It has no equal in the world. "Once
tried, always used." Price 25 and 50 cents.
Sample bottles 10 cents.
ntamon'. Dorte & Dme oil is the
original and only genulne NredBone
Oil made. Itis inst whatlitsnsepis
and penetrating quickly to the nerve and
- bone, relieves pain, drives awe1sa e
and a'r$ mtencure, aeins.
ICuts, Burns, and all injuries to the flesh of
eiter anor beant. Price 25 and 50 cents.
Sapebottles 10 cents.
h - The genuine har: the name blown in the
btl.The Reliel fIs put up in square red
TAKE NO OTHER
1, FOR SALE BY
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
h WHEN YOU COME
TO TOWN CALL AT
. SHAVING SALOON
e W bich is fitted up with an
n eye to the comfort of his
1- enstomers. .
n HAIR CUJTTIlm
y IN ALL STYLES,
S HAV IN 61 AND ,
- SH A MPOOING
sDone with neatness an
~....i..patch... .. .. ..
1A enrdial invitation
S i- *-xtended...
5. L. W ELLS.
2d Manning Times Block.
I have been appointed a regular
eThe Equitable Life Assurance Society
ts and will be pleased to talk or corres
pond with any one wishing Life Insur-'
ance in. the strongest company finan
it dally in the world.
IThe Equitable works to maintain
what its name implies, and is writing
it all the latest and most popular policies
for protection, savings or investment.
We offer some policies especially ad
vantageous to young men.
J1. H. LESESNE,
Manning, S. C.
t ToSecond-Hand Gins, F'eeders and
i Condensers, complete, will be sold
.e cheap. They are in good condition.
1, A. L. LESESNE,
M.Aanning. S. C.
You know What You Are Taking
When you take Grove's Tastei-s
Chill Tonic because the formula is
plainly printed on every bottle showing
that it is simply Iron and Quinine in a
tasteless form. No Cure. No pay. 50e.
Another combination offer we are
making which we hope will prove an
inducement to make the people take an
increased interest in keeping up with
the trend of events. Listen! We will
send you THE MANNING TIMES. The
Thrice-a-Week Edition of The New
York World and The Farm and Home
for $2.25 a year. Remember that for
$2.25 we will send you all three of these
papers. THE TIMES management
means to let the rest of the State see
that Clarendon county supports a fear
less and up-to-date county paper, a pa
per that voices the views of its editor.
that has no boss and that has ever stood
by the people. The New York World
three times each week is one of the
finest newspapers published in Amer
ica. The Farm and Home is- devoted
to agricultural, mechanical and house
hold interests and no farmer's family
should be without it.
We want subscribers to take advan
tage of this magnificent offer we are
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Alwas Bought
This is a day of expansion of thought
as well as trade, and in order to put our
self in position to be of service to our
patrons who desire to keep pace with
the progress of the day. we have effect
ed an arrangement by which we can
supply our patrons with McClures Mag
azine and THE MANNING TIMES -com
bined for $2.25 per year in advance.
McClures Magazine is one of the finest
literary journals published. its standard
is high,and its corps of contributors are
among the most able in the world. A,
reader of this Magazine is a searcher
after knowledge, and we know of no
better or more profitable reading than
can be found in the pages of this cele
brated Magazine. No library is com
plete without it. We offer McClures-1
Magazine and THE MANNING TIMES
for 52.25 per year.
A powerful engine cannot be run with
a weak boiler, and we can't keep up the
strain of an active life with a weak
stomach; neither can we stop the hu
man machine to make repairs. If the
stomach cannot digest enough food to
keep the body strong. such a prepara
tion as Kodol Dyspepsia Cure should be
used. It digests what you eat and it
simply can't help but do you good. The
R B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M. Lor
It Costs. -
"I'i thinking about that lodger of
ours." the landlord remarked to his
"He pays his rent so punctually I
think I'd better raise it on him."
0 A. B ZT o ___. A.
Beal o hae nwoaleAis~ougt
Buggies, Wagons, Road
Carts and Carriages
With Neatness and Despatch
R. A. WHITE'S.
I repair Stoves, Pumps and run water
pipes, or I will putt down a new Pump
If you need any soldering done, give
me a call.
- LAiM E.
My horse is lame. Why? Because I
did, not have it shod by R. A. White,
the man that puts on such neat shoes
and makes horses travel with so much
We Make Them Look New.
We are making a specialty of re
painting old Buggies, Carriages, Road
Carts and Wagons cheap.
Come and see me. My prices will
please you, and I guarantee all of my
Shop on corner below R. M. Dean's.
R. A. WHITE,1
M AN NING, S. C.
Doors, Sash, Blinds,
Moulding and Building
CH A RLESTON, S. C.
Sash Weights and Cords and
Window and Fanci Glass a Specialty.
GIVE7 TTS A TRIAL.
BAR RAINS I
We are now carrying a mc
Groceries than ever. -
In our retail department i
No. 2 Mackerel...........:. .
No. 2 Mackerel, in 10- l> Kits
Good Corn, 3 cars..........
String Beans, 3 cans........ .
3 lb s.- Tomatoes, 3 cans.. .. ..
3 1bs. California Peaches...-..
Best full weight hand-packed
Yellow Santos Coffee, Parche
No. 40 Blend Coffee, Parched.
Best Laguyra Coffee, Green..
We have the best Maple c
ver Drip Syrup in cans from =
New Evaporated Apples in 1
Fresh Bread on
We want the farmers to c,
ceries before buying elsewher
N. B.-We carry Corn all
It is a
ago, and ag
a'habit of he
trouble is w
ative, and I
11 and make
For sale by THE R. I
Slight Skin Eruptions are a War
The Only Safe WyttoHed
is the Mosts Power!
Nature, in her efforts to correct
careless living, or it maybe from a
other imperfections og the skin. as
lisps tumors, cancers, erynipelas or
you neglect to heed the warning an
Many a lingering, painful disena
simply because these notes of ware
pure by a right use of JOHNSTON|
Miss Abbie J. Rande, of Marsha
" I was cured of a bad humor s
doctors and my friends said it was s
and ears, and then on my whole be
suffered during those five years, is r
I did. I tried every medicine that
enough to buy a house. I heart
praised. I tried abottle of it. I1be
finished the third bottle I was coms
since. I never got any thing to do'3
SARSAPARILLA. I would heartil
or skin disease of any kind to try it;
trouble, and was run down and mise
made me all right."
The blood is yourlifeanail y a
sist disease or face contaioc feat
fails. It is for sale by aUi draggisma,
asc~oan zn~-r cc
W. 2. BROcO
40lb boxes Starch-, best grade. at.......
Smoked Dried Herrings.................
New Mackerel. 14 good fish to kit....
Fancy Full Cream Cheese. 2 to 24 lbs each.
Best Fancy Elgin Creamery Butter. G0-lb ti
American Sardines-new pack..........
10-oz Tumbler Fruit Jelly. 3 doz to case..
3-lb stand Tomatoes. 2 doz In case.....
2Thstand Tomatoes, 2doz in case....
Half-pint bottles Assorted Pickles, 2 doz in
-l cans Cove oysters, full weight. 2 and 4 4
2lcans Fancy Maine packed Sugar Corn..
2.lb cans Fancy New York State packed Su;
Lemons. 5%E: Nic Nacks..... ... ..5c p
Gnger Snaps, 5ce Ioa Crackers. p
Cream Lunch Biscuits... .i....7 p
Oatakes. 2b packages.............90C
MEA L, GRITS, 'BACON A
Diamond T Cigar, best 5c seller, at......
Success. none better..................
E. L. Royal Cigar, good smoite..........
Old Glory Cheroots........ ...........
World's Best Cheroots.......... ...... .
Dukes Cigarettes....... .... .... ..
. A Big Supply of Tol
Eve and various other kinds-prices rangin;
* Big Driv
OCTAGON, VICTORY, TI
See us. or get our prices before you bu
Ls now in thi
head of. HC
will be some
3 There are six
and mules. s<
Sumter, S. C., JIanua
TO THE T
>re complete line of Fancy and Heavy
ye offer the following drives
............ ........90c each
..........................10c a can
... .. ................ ........25c
... ..... .. ..... . . ... 20c can
Tomatoes........... ... 15c can
d.... ........ ...... ....15c per ib
.. ............ ......12c per t
........................16jc per I
yrup in half gallon cans and the Sil
-lbs to 1 gallon.
Ib cartons at....................lOc
Rand at All Times.
all and get our prices on Heavy Gro
[ead Aches To=day.
small matter; but it ached two days
ain a week ago. You are acquiring
!adache. That must be stopped. The
ith your liver. You want a mild lax
:hen a tonic to stimulate the appetite
the blood rich and pure.
vIn- ;46ND'hIlC PELLET.
. LORYEA DRUG STORE.
UM CURED BY
sing of Somethin More Serious So Cow
the Warning. Jo ns Sarsaparilla
rl Blood PurlferjKnown.
mistakes, which mistakes have come from
,ncestors, shoots out pimples, blotches and
a warning that more serious troubles (per
pulmonary diseases) are certain to follow if
I correct the mistakes.
se and many an earlydeathhas been avoided
sing have been heeded and the blood kept
11, Mich., writes:
.fter suffering with it for five years. The
alt rheum. It came out on my head. neck
dy. I was perfectly raw with It. What I
Lo use telling. Nobody would believe me if
was advertised to cure it. I setmoe
1JOHNSTON'S SARSAPARILL ~l
gan to improve right away, and when 1~i~
letely cured. r'have never had a touch of it
ne the least good till I tried JOHNSTON'S
i advise all who are suffering from humors
at once. I had also a good deal of stomach
irable, but JOHNSTON'S S AXRRAPARILLA
cep it pure and strongyou can 'ostivelyre
ny. JOHNSTON'S SARSPAILLA never
in fail quart bottles at only one dollar each.
STON, Manning, S. 0.
:ial Bar gains
.. .......... .... ............ ..........2e per bo
2:....................... ............13e pero:
lb........... .......... .............4cer do
.... ........ .......... .... ...............70 do:
oz in case.......... ..............90c do:
........................................ 1.20 do:
rar Corn... .............................. . do:
lr Best Fancy Patent............. .....45 bb)
lr Best Half Patent........... .... ....4.10 bb)
er b Best straight.................... 3.9 bb]
er b Best Family..................... ...325 bbl
dozSlt, 100 s...........,............57cbag
ND LARD AT LOWEST PRICES.
Sarettes and Tobacco.
...............................$5 per 1.00(
....................................35 per 1.00(
................. .... ................ 25 per 1.00(
............ . ................$10.50 1.000; 60c boa
.... ..........$3.5 per box of 250Cheroots: 3Sfor 5c
......................2.90 per box of 200 Cheroots
.............3.25per box of 250 Cherco ts; 3for5(
.......... ............. ............ .g90per 1,00(
............. '.... ........ .... ......2.65 per 1,00(
N~amely. Schnapps. Early Bird, R. J. E.,
JaCCO, Mrable. Lalla Roohk. Little Fancy. Red
g from 25c. 35c and 45c per lb.
es hin Soap.
P-TOP, ELECTRIC, IMPERIAL.
(G, INK. BLUTEING. Etc.
/E L L& GO
3 West and will return with 60
RSES AND MULES.. There
ine Mules among them.
the Life of Trade.
stables in the city selling horses
> we HAVE to sell them close.
I. HA RBY.
y. 14. 19q1.
+OO+ O++0+0 s+p+p+p+p+
$ FURNITURE :
ARTHUR BELIT ER,
SUMTER, - - S. C.
Direct from the factories
I have now on hand. the
most complete stock of Fur
niture I have ever carried.
,Bed Room and
Parlor Suits -
Attractive and cheap.
I am also handling a.
beautiful lot of
When in Sumter it will
pay you to visit my Furni
SUMTE R. - S. C.
Notice. to [1M Ioi, AhMI wIn
Gao1ri[r1 out ( ahIe .
Orricz OF JUDGE oP PaosaE, a
Mnning,S. C., August 1,1900.
To Executors, Administrators, Guardians ';
Irespectfully call your attention to aamezea
statute. You will please give this matter
very respe cttru....
Sec. 2064-(19-2). Executors, Adminstrat
Guardians and :Committees shal
while any estate remains ini their earaenw
td, at any tune before the frtdyof Ji
eahyear, render to the JdeofPrbt
county from whom they, obtain Letters Tet w
mentary or Letters of ArmEnetstor y
ters of Guardianship, etc., a rusand trae s',
count, upon oath. of the receipts and -
tures of such estate the preeding.
year, which, when examined 'a4 alrowe
shall be deposited 'with the Inventory;
praisement or other pers be
estate, in the office of said Judge
there to be kept for the inspectio Nh-e.ah
sons as maybe interested in the -
Approved the 2 day of March, 129? -
I have opened up a Sewing Machine
store next door to Mr. S A. mg's
general merchandise store August:
1900. I will carry the
The new ball-bearing "New Home, 4
the best machine made: also r . .
Ideal" and "Cliians? from $18-t 0 ~
I sell on Instalment, EasyP ed"
Plan. I clean and repair anykidt7
macbines for least monej possible~
Call and see me. ..
A. L. BARRONAt
Is' where you .get the righ~
sort of Clothes without dan
ger of mistake. Our Clothee~~
are of the right soi-t, and you
will appreciate their excel
lence and smallness of cost...<
for thlose who prefer thenr
Lasting Materials, proper fit
and mak~e and moderatepi
ces. Your orders will have
our best attention.
S. W.Cr.Klagud WfillrtdiStL
* CHARLESTON. Sa..
SMANNIN, 8.G C.
Transacts a general banking bus
Prompt and special atteibon given
to depositors- residing out-af town.
All collections-have promp'W ten
Business lidurs from 9 a. m. to 5
A. LEVI, Cashier.
BOARD OF DIRECTORs.
J. W. M~CLEOr, . . E. Baow3,
S. XE. NEISEN, JOSEPR SPRO ?
JOSEPH F. RHAME,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, -
-MANNING, S. C.
J. S. WILSON. W- C. DURAT.
WILSON & DURANT,
Allorneys~ and Counselors at Law,
MANNING, S. C. .
BYRD & THARP,
PRACTITIONERS OF MEDiCINE
Calls promptly-abnswered day or night