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]LOUI1S APPEF,-,r Edlitor.
MANNING, S. C.. JtUNE 5. 1901.
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LET US HAVE PEACE!
The political affairs of South
Carolina are not as they were
once, all because the primary'
system inaugerated campaigns of
education. Senator Tillman de
serves much of the credit for
this system, and when he started
in 1886, four years in advance of
the race he made which landed
him in the gubernatorial chair,
and gave to the people the pr
mary, he said then, that the pur
pose was to give the people an
opportunity to educate them
selves on political questions.
There is no doubt about it, the
people are well informed, and
instead of going wild over some
popular idol, they gather up all
the information attainable in
vestigate for themselves, and
they can easily detect the sin
cere from pretence.
Senator Tillman is without
doubt a very adroit politician,
and is as fine an actor as we
have ever seen, but notwithstand
ing his adroitness. and his fine
acting, he has brought about a
condition which exposes even so
shrewd a one as he. The Sena
tor's taking issue with Governor
McSweeney, and questioning his
right to decline his resignation,
is nothing more than a pretence;
we do not believe there is
any sincerity in it-a political
stage play and nothing more, and
the letter he writes couched as
it is, in language impugning Gov
ernor McSweeney's motives is in
deed unbecoming, even if the
governor did not have 'a legal
right to decline those resigra
As we understand it, the letter
is rather in the nature of a re
quest to reconsider what was be
lieved to be hasty action: the
Governor did not assume any
authority to force either of the
Senators to serve if they did not
choose to, but realizing what
such a campaign would bring on
the Governor as the Chief peace
officer of the State sought
to return the resignations,
hoping thereby to preserve
the peace. The resignations
were so worded as to leave
room for either of the Senators
to recant up to mid-night of the
~14th, day of September, and the
indications were, that notwith
standing the tacit understanding
that no primary would be held
until after the date fixed in the
resignations. an election was
going to be forced to come off
earlher. Therefore, it is easily
seen that had a primary been
ordered before the time fixed in
the joint resignations either Sen
ator would 'have been justified
in withdrawing his resignation,
and a whole lot of expense would
have been entailed and nothing
done. Then again, if the prn
mary was forced before the time
agreed, the fearful consequences
of an exciting primary together
with the tremendous cost of the
election all might have been had
and even then, the resignations
could have been withdrawn.
If Senator Tillman feels that
it is his duty to stamp out the
doctrines of Senator McLaurin,
and is afraid that he is the only
man "with the nerve and brain"
to successfully accomplish this
result, he can resign next sum
mer in time for the regular pri
mary and then enter the race,
*there is nothing to prevent such
action. True, it might interfere
with the Senator's present fav
orite, but that should not weigh
against his purpose, if his mo
tives are unselfish and purely
patriotic. It should not matter
to him who the General Assem
bly selects to succeed him after
he has defeated McLaurin in the
regular primary, because, i.f in
the regular primary McLaurin
is defeated the new General As
sembly will be composed of anti
McLaurinites, and Tillman's vic
tory will be the more eomplete.
But should McLaurin succeed in
hanging Tillman's scalp on his
belt, the General Assembly will
be against Tillman and his views:
of course, the successor .to Till
man will then be a man who is in
accord with McLaurin's ideas of
Senator Tillman impugns Gov
ernor McSweeney's motives in
the following language: "Your
conception of the office of Sena
tor and its powers can be best
understood by the ease with
which you think you could fill
it." Why should he thus inti
mate that Governor McSweeney
had a selfish motive in returning
the resignations, when the Gov
ernor's letter set forth such rea
sons that an echoing response
comes from all quarters of the
State, and although there is a
pretense of indignation in the
Senators letter, lie does not in
sist upon his resignation without
a strong string tied to it. The
last paragraph of his letter ex
poses the hypocrisy when he
says: "Holding this view I de
cline for the present to withdraw
my resignation." He will not
withdraw it for the present, and
there is no necessity to hurry.
When does he propose to with
draw it? Perhaps after a lot of
bitterness has been engendered,
and he discovers that he has
brought on a condition which
bodes no good to him. Is Sena
tor Tillman unwilling for the
people to enjoy one year of
peace? Must the happiness and
material welfare of the people
he sacrificed to gratify Senator
I Tillman's animosity towards Sen
ator McLaurin? Remember the
people have been educated in
politics and they are qualified to
distinguish whether or not the
contention between South Caro
lina's Senators is one of principle
or prestige. Tillman clings to
the tenets of that element which
brought two crushing defeats to
the Democratic party, and Mc
Laurin has broken loose from
it and seeks to put the
Democracy in line with an ele
ment which is more liberal and
in closer touch with the South's
progress. McLaurin has dis
covered the war ended at Appo
mattox, and does not have to be
fought over every election year.
Tillman claims McLaurin is
endeavoring to lead South Car
olina into the Republican party,
and to thwart his plans, he must
face him on the Democratic
stump. In one breath Tillman
charges McLaurin with being a
Republican, and in the next he
acknowledges him a Democrat.
Suppose McLaurin is advocating
Republican principles as Till
man contends, and we are forced
into an exciting and hate-creating
primary, that won't help our
condition even if McLaurin
should be defeated.
The people are well aware that
Congress has a large working
Republican majority, and if
South Carolina was not repre
sented at all, the government
with its Republican measures
would continue moving right
along. The votes of Tillman
nor McLaurin are needed to
make a majority when it comes
to a vote on a party measure,
granting they are of different
Senator Tillman lays much
stress on the recent decision of
the United States supreme court
and urges the exposition of the
"damnable doctrine" and "plans
must be laid for a battle to the
death by the lovers of Democra
cy" * * * * "as it was made
against the Dred Scott case de
cision." This to our mind,
whether the supreme court is
right or wrong, is an invitation
to butt our heads against a stone
wall. This, the highest legal
tribunal in all the land has de
creed with regard to certain pos
sessions and there is no appeal
unless an appeal is made to the
sword. It is all right, and sounds
well to pound the air with clench
ed fist and denounce a court's de
cision as " damnable doctrine,"
but what good does it do, it does
not soften the effects nor does it
reverse the decision. The Dred
Scott case was one in which a
question of recovering runaway
slaves .was involved, and the
contention resulted in favor of
the South, the agitation contin
ued until like a small ball at first,
it became tremendous in it pro
portions, gathering other ques?
tions as it went until the climax
was reached when the immortal
Lee sheathed his unsullied sword.
We do not believe the politi?
cians of this day can get the peo
pie wrought up to such a pitch
on account of the government's
policy towards Puerto Rico, the
Philippines, Hawaii, and other
outlying possessions which are
ours as a result of war with
Spain, to again be willing to set
tle a question with a grape ang
The Dred Scott case to which:
Senator Tillman so vehemently
alludes was but the beginning of*
what resulted in flooding the
fields with the blood of the flower
of both the North and South;
those who made the agitating
speeches and were going to drink
all the blood that would be spill
ed, are not among the armless
and leglegs of today, nor are
their names cut in the marble
shafts erected to the memory of
the heroic dead. Senator Till
man may be willing to "battle to
the death," but from the magnifi
cient chorus of approval of Gov
ernor McSweeney's thoughtful
ness, the people prefer a crop to
a "battle to the death" at least
THANK YOU, GOVERNOR!
Governor Miles B. McSweeney
has proven himself appreciative
of the high trust reposed in him
by returning the resignations of
Senators Tillman and McLaurin,
and thus averting a bitter. politi
cal contest. The people were
not prepared to act on the new
issues that have been sprung and
they would prefer not being
forced to decide until they have
had time to do their own think
Senator Tillman charges Sen
ator McLaurin with treachery to
the Democratic party, in advo
cating and voting for measures
in opposition to a majority of his
Democratic colleagues. Senator
McLaurin contends that every
vote lie cast was in direct accord
with genuine Democratic princi
ples with a long line of distin
The issues between these dis
tinguished gentlemen are of a
nature requiring on the part of
the people careful study if they
want to render an intelligent de
cision, and to suddenly spring
such an important issue is not
fair to the people who are called
upon to decide between them.
But aside from this the caa-'
paign would have been as bitter
Ather purpose than the dividing
the people into disturbing
factions, doing nobody any good
except the winner in the race.
All lines of business would have
been seriously affected, and in
loss of time thousands of dollars
would have been the cost, not to
the contesting candidates, but to
On several occasions Governor
McSweeney has exhibited clear
headedness, but in all of his well
performed acts none have been
excelled by this one, in which he
shows that he has more consid
eration for the people of South
Carolina than for the political
fortunes of two men who differ
on questions of governmental
policy. The Governor's course
has met with the approval of all
citizens who desire peace; a cho
rus of commendation comes up 1
from every section of the State,
from every avocation in life, and
on last Sunday the ministers
from their pulpits spoke words
of commendation. There is an
element not satisfied, because, as
one of them expressed it, "'the
Governor has spoiled some fun."
This element enjoys word-slug
ging with the same morbid pleas
ure that some people enjoy prize
fighting, but the man who really
has the welfare of the people at
heart will heartily endorse the
noble and patriotic course of our
COMMERCIAL DEMOCRACY I
When the politicians started to
stamp out the progressive views
of those who have reached the
conclusion that it is far better for
the people to put themselves in
Line and become a part of this
glorious Union, as they have a
right to be, than to be used as an
instrument of obstruction by men
who rely for political advance
ent, in appealing to passion
rather than reason, they sought
to hold up that old bug-a-boo
"Republicanism," hoping that
the people would associate the
word with the horrors of recon
truction; but they found the cry
f "Republicanism" was not
having that effect, and many,
yes, very many, Are inclined to
investigate the meaning of this c
"Republicanism" as now ap
plied; their tune is changed, and
the song is entitled "Commercial
Democracy." What is meant by
"Commercial Democracy?" Sure
ly not, in order for a man to re
tain the confidence of his constit
ents he must permit the thought
> his brain to be manufactured
y others, or that he must con.
inue clinging to traditions, If ->
to aid in the building up of the a
yountry, in opening up new mar- C
:ets for the products of our soil,
>ur factories and our shops, to
dd impetus to the spirit of pro
ress, and to give encourage- I
nent to labor is what is meant
>y "Commercial Democracy," ~
~hen we would like to hear more
;bstantial reasoning against it,
~han that the founders of this
~overnment had not fixed such a: a
In its issue of May 29th, the
-reenville Mountaineer has an a
~ditorial which reflects credit s
ipon the writer. He has for the 0
ime laid aside prejudice and d
writes his view of the Gaffney t
~pisode in an impartial and non- S
artisan nganner. If the other a
iitors who are 'opposing the re
lection of Senator McLaurin
'vold write likewise, the peopleC
f South Carolina would not be
eld up to ridicule and disgust
>utside of the State.
Col. J. A. Hoyt has written
some warm matter in opposition
:o McLaurin and he continues in
ls opposition. He was among the
aumber that demanded keeping a
cLaurin out of the primary, I
md in our opinion he is the last
nan in the State who should do
so, when it is remembered that
)t of respect for him the State
sommittee stretched the oath
-equired by the party rules to
it Colonel Hoyt's case that he r
night be admitted. But there is
i diffei-ence in having things as
you would like and expressing
n opinion of what exists, and
Dolonel Hoyt being an honorable
an does not permit his pen to
isrepresent either Tillman or
4cLaurin, and in the editorial
referred to, he ver-y clearly
nakes it appear that both Sena
ors played for position but the
junio:r Senator out generaled his
olleague by forcing Tillman to
icknowledge McLaurin's Democ
Deaftness Cannot be C;ured
> local applications, as they cannot, reach the
liseased portion of the ear. There is only one
-ay to cure deafness. and that is by- constitu
ional remedies. Deafness is .:aus.e by an itL- I
lamed condition of the mucous lining of the
iustachian Tube. When this :ube gets Infiam
d you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hear
ng and when it is entirely closed deafness is
he result, and unless the Inflammation can be
aken out and this tube restored to its normal
ronditonhearing will be destro~yed forever: nine
rases out of ten are caused by catarrh. which is
iothing but an inflamed condition of the mu
rous surf aces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any I
rase of Deafness (caused by c atarrh) that can
iot be cured by Hall's Catarrhk Cure. Send for
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. 0.
Sold by druggists.'75c
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Delicace. Out of Season.
Old Moneybags was tired of hearing
all this stuff and nonsense about the
poor. Some one had called his atten
tion to his own way of li-ving, with deli- 6
cacies out of season on his groaning ta
"Dlcaeles out of season!" he thun- -t
dered. "What if I do get to use Ice In 1
the summ~er time? Don't the poor get
to use It In the winter, when it's fresh, y
and I have to put up with the cold stor- t
age stuff-? B-r-r-r-r!" -Indianapolis f
BIliousness Is 8 condition characterized by a
iisturbance of the digestive organs. The stom
ich is debilitated, the liver torpid, the bowels
rostipated. There is a loathing of food. painst
a the bowels, dizziness, coated tongue und
romiting, first of the undigested or partly di
rested food and then of bile. Chamberlain's
stomach and Liver Tablets- allay the disturb
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Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold.
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets cure
cold in one day. No Cure, No Pay.
:rice 25 cents.
Prize Offered for Souvenir Design.
The Women's Department of the
;outh Carolina Inter-State and Wes;
:ndian Exposition will give a prize of
110 for the best original design for sou
-enirs to be sold in the Women's Build
ng during the Exposition.
This competition is open only to
vomen of South Carolina. Each de
ign must be sent to the undersigned by
ruly 1st, 1901, and must be accompa
ied by specifications for its construe
,ion, a'nd the real name of competitor,
n a sealed envelope, and not appearing
4sewhere, so that the name of compet.
tor will not be known until the award
Rejected designs will be returned
ipon application (with postage enclos
d) made within thirty days after the
lose of competition.
The Executive Committee of the Wo
nen's Department will be the judges of
MRS. R. W. MEMMINGER, JR.,
Chr'n Com. on Souvenir,
44 Pitt St., Charles:or. S. C.
Bua the The Kind You Have Always Bougt
Wrote Sermons In His Sleep.
Narrating "Some Remarkable Cases
f Double Personality," Dr. R. Osgood
kiaspn cites in The Ladies' Home Jour
2al the case of a "young ecclesiastle
la the seminary with the Archbishop
- of Bordeaux, France, who was in
the habit of getting up at night in a
:ondition of somnambulism, going to
als study and composing and writing
iis sermons in the dark. When he had
Inished one page, he read It over and
roperly corrected it. A broad piece )f
ardboard interposed between his eyes,
tnd his writing made no difference to
Am. He wrote, read and corrected
Wist the same as if there had beern no
>bstruction. Having completed his
ork to his satisfaction, he r-eturne4
:o bed, and in the morning he bad not
:he slightest idea of what he had doue
n the night and had no knowledge of
t until he saw the manuscript in his
You may as well expect to run a steam engine
ithout water as to find an active. energetic
:an with a torpid liver and you may know that
is liver is torpid when he does not relish his
od or feels dull and languid after eating, of ten
as headache and sometimes dizziness. A few
oses of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver 'Iab
ts will restore his liver to Its normal func
ions, renew his vitality. improve his digestion
nd make him feel like a new man. Price. 25
ents. Samples free at The R. B. Loryea Drug
tore. Isaac M. Lorvea. Prop.
Not For His Health.
Hubbubs-Why are you moving from
'our suburban home?
Subbubs-I am all run down.
Subbubs-No; gossipy neighbori.
The Best Prescription for Malaria
Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove's
'asteless C'hill Tonic. It is simply iron
nd Quinine is a tasteless form.-No
ure, no pay. Price 50c.
What Ase We Conilag Tot
The fond mother had just killed 10' of
ier 12 children.
Stie was a happy wife, and her bu*
and came bomne early every night.
"Now," she said, with a contented
gh, "John can close with the agent
pr that house."
This was 20 years fronm now, wten
o landlord would accept a tenant with
ore than two children.-New York
TEETHINA was first used by Dr. Chares J.
offett. a graduate of Jefferson Medical Col
e Philadelphia. Pa.. In his extensive and
.ceessful treatment of children in Georgia in
ercoming the troubles incident to teething
ad hot summers. TEETHINA (Teething Pow
rs) counteracts the effect of hot weather and
eeps the digestive organs in a healthy condi
on. and has saved the lives of thousands of
aildren in the doctor's native State. where
hyscans prescribe and all mothers give -it.
a it Is criminal in mothers of otr section to
l1w their babes and little children to suffer
nd perhaps die when relief can be so easily ob
ined by giving TEETHINA. It costs only 25
nts at The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. [11-2t
A Telltale Boast.
Nell-She used to boast that she was
sne of the charter members of the Wo
an's Suffragp club. She doesn't ap
iear to be gs prop4 of it now.
Belle-Oh, she's just as proud, but,
'ou know, the club was organized 15
'ears ago, and she must have been at
east 2C' when she joined.-Philadelphia
Mr. W. S. Whedon, cashier of the First Na
onal Bank of Winterset. Iowa. in a recent let
tr gives some experience with a carpenter in
is employ, that will be of value to other me
hanics. He says: -'1 had a carpenter working
yr ine who was obliged to stop work for several
as on account of being troubled with diar
oea. I mentidned to him that I had been
iilarly troubled and that Chamberlain's Colic,
holera and Diarrhoea Remedy had cured me.
[e bought a bottle cf It from the druggist here
nd informed me that one dose cured him, and
e . again at his work." For sale by The R. B.
,oy Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea. Prop.
"Some men," said Uncle Eben, "gits
le reputation ot bein patient when de
root is dat dey's too indolent to stan'
p fob whut dey is entitled to."
l~zte~The Kind You Haue Aways Boght
The geographical divisions of the
~nited States are the north Atlantic
~roup, the south Atlantk gro'up, the
iorth central group, the south central
~roup and the western gro~up.
To Cure A Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Bromno Quinine Tab
ets. All druggists refund the money
fit fails to cure. E. W. Grove's sig
ature is on each bo.x 25c.
Another combination offer we are
aking which we hope will prove an
ducement to make the people take an
acreased interest in keeping upl with
he trend of events. Listen! We will
end you THE MIANNING TIMES, The
hrice-a-Week Edition of The New
ork World and The Farm and Home
or $2.25 a year-. IReraiember that for
2.25 wewill send you all1three of these
apers. THE TIMES management
leans to let the rest oif the State see
hat Clairendon county supp~lorts a fear
ess and up-to-date county p~aper., a p)a
er that voices the views of its editor.
hat has no boss and that has ever stood
y the people. The New York World
bree times each week is one of the
nest newspapers published in Amer
3a. The Farm and Home is devoted
o agricultural, mechanical and house
old interests and no farimei's family
hould be without it.
We want subsciriber's to take advan
age of this magniticent offer we are
e-- e * The Kind You Have Always Biught
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 con
plete without it. We offer Mc(lures
Magazine and TIIE MANNING TIMES
for $2.25 per year.
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It spealij well for Chamberlain's Couvh Rem
edy when- druggists use it in their own familie
in preference to any other. - I have sold Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy for the past five years
with complete satisfaction to myself and cus
tomers." says Druggist J. Goldsmith. Van Et
ten. N. Y. -I have always used it in my own
family both for ordinary coughs and colds and
for the cough following la grippe. and find
very efficacious." For sale by The I. B. Lor
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Why Dinnh Wept.
Not long ago a lieutenant in the navy i
was ordered army on a three years' I
cruise. The order bad been dreaded
for weeks, and 'vhen it came the young
wife, who was to be left In a Brook
lyn flat with a baby and a colored serv
nt, was In despair.
She controlled her sorrow very well,
however, until the actual moment of
parting came, and then she wept as
though her heart would break. The
cruiser was to leave the navy yard
early next morning, and the lieutenant
had gone to report for duty.
In the midst of her lamentations the
young wife heard a sniffing and sob
bing In the dining room, and upon
glancing through the door she saw
Dinah, the colored maid, rocking her
body to and fro In a chair and weeping
"Why, D.D-Dinab, what's the m-mat
ter?" cried the mistress. "You seem .
to t-t-take Mr. Blank's departdre as
much to heart as I d-do."
"'Deed I doesn't..Mis' Blank; 'deed I
oesn't!" sobbed Dinah. "What am
boderin dis chile am de fac' dat a cul
udgemman friend o' mine am gwine
sail hisse'f on dat same ole cruisah!"
New York Herald.
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And Entrance Examinations.
The examinations for the award of vacant
~choarshps in Winthrop College and for the
dmssion of newr students will be held at the
~ounty Court House on Friday, July 12h at 9
Applicants must not be less than fifteen year
Wen scholarships are vacated after July
*2th they will be awarded to those making the
lghest average at this examination.
The cost of attendance, including board, fur
lshed room. heat. light and washing. Is $9 per
or further Information and a catalogue ad
rs President D. B. JOHNSON.
1-3t1 Rock Hill. S. C.
During the summer the duties of my
ffice will require most of my time on
she roads, and the Supervisor's office
will only be open for the approval of
papers at the regular Board tmeetings,
he first Saturday in each month.
Persons having business in the otlice
will call on Mr. J. H. Lesesne, clerk of
Board. T. C. OWENS.
Woma'S De||cate Organism
Even the most vigorous
*woman,, living under the
artificial conditions of
today, needs a tonic
regulator for her delicate organ
isi otherwise she is liable to
those untold sufferings that re
sult from displacement or some
form of female complaints.
G. F. P. (Gerstle's Female Pan
acea) gives that tone to the
female organs which insures
healthy action and perfect
phso cia h Givenup as hopeess, an told hrI
n bottle she was entey curd and hsbeIngoo
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--HmT~Y MOTHIERS MAKE HAPPY HOMES."'
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Repairing a Specialty,
work lone in Iirst class nmanner by Experi
Bring your Wheel and have it ixed so it will
The Bicycle h-ustlers,
BROWN & WEIN3EEG
COST, COST, COST
FOR THE SPOT CASH
No Goods Will Be Charged
at These Prices.
DUR ENTIRE STOCK of Ladies', Misses' F
and Children's Slippers AT COST.
Ladies' Black Kid and Vici Oxford Patent
Tip Slippers AT COST. Pi
Ladies' Tan Vici Oxford Slippers AT COST.
Ladies' Patent Leather and Tan Vici Strap
Sandals AT COST. di
Dld Ladies' Black Dongola Slippers AT COST
MKisses' Slippers and Black and Tan Sandals
ihildren's Black and Tan Sandals AT COST.
This is no fake offer, but we mean every
word we say. One thousand pair, more or
less, to select from.
This is the first of the Slipper season and
we can save you the profit on every pair you -
wish to buy.
We have too many Slippers and they must
go and will go AT COST as long as they last.
With best regards, we remain
. Yours respectfully,
L OUIS L EVI.
We are selling these cheaper than
the market will justify and will con
ent supply holds out,
Don't delay buying, Come at once.
U Yours truly,
TEE PEOPLE'S MONEY SAVER~S, 1
I WHOLESALE GROCERS.o
IAROLINA PORTLAND CEENT CO.,
Portland Cement, American and Belgian,
Rosendale Cement, Lime, Plaster.
or. East Bay arid Climberland Sis., - - CH ARLEsTON, S. C. -
We have a cargo of Eastern Rockport Maine Lime on way.L
Send in your orders for shipside shipment.
WHY SUFFER FROM CHILLSFESVES
Gripe an allother forms of maladies when y.ou
Gripe an allcan be cured by
""S . Roberts' Chill Tonic
CHILL TONIC The world does not contain a better remedy. Many (1
wonderful cures made by it. 25 cents a bottle.
* * Money refunded if it fails to do the work. Delight
ful to take.
. M. 1 1OCKIYN Manning.
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.
Ve 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.
. L, DAVID & RO
S. W. Cor. King and Wentworta Sts.,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
uggies, Wagons, Road
Carts and Carriages
With Neatness and Despatch
Z. A. WHITE'S
I repair Stoves, Pumps and run water
pes, or I will put down a new Pump
If you need any soldering done, give
e a call.
My horse is lame. Why? Because I
d not have it shod by R. A. White,
e man that puts on such neat shoes -
d makes horses travel with so much
Te Make Them Look New.
We are making a specialty of re
inting old Buggies, Carriages, Road
brts and Wagons cheap.
Come and see me. My prices will
ease you, and I guarantee all of my
Shop on corner below R. M. Dean's.
t. A. WHITE,
MANNING, S. C.
And All Manner of iron Work.
specia1 Atlentoo Gien to Horsesholg.
WVe warrant satisfaction.
low Baptist Church, Manning, S. C.
Parties desiring surveys and plsts
Lde will receive my most careful and
[ am supplied with improved instru
S. O. CANTEY,
Summerton, S. C.
yRoofing Paper..75c per roll.
yRoofing Paper...52c per roll.
yTarred Paper....35 per ton.
>sin-Sized Sheathing Paper, 17~ lbs.
per roll..............30c per rol.
*Ib. Paper............38c.per roll.
-lb. Paper. ...........50c per roll.
All prices f.o.b. Charleston.
For direct shipments from factory in
:s of 25, 50 or 100 rolls, we can make
ser delivered prices.
94-96 E. Ba, St., CiARLESTON. S. C.
>posite Legg & Hutchinson's Stables.
Give me a trial and 1 will give you
e best work for little money.
md Sureying and Leveling.
[ will do Surveying, etc., in Claren
n and adjoining Counties.
[2all at office or address at Sumter, S.
P. 0. Box 101..
JOHN R. HAYNESWORTH.
IONEY TO LOAN.
[ amf prepared to negotiate loans
good real estate security, on rea
R. 0. PURDY,
Sumter, S. CZ
/1oney to Loan.
IILSON & DuRANT.
R. J. FRANK GEIGER,
MANNING, S. C.
Phone No. 25.
s. wn~sos. W- C. DUIIAr.
ILSON & DLURANT,
Allornieys and Counselors a1 Lawr,
MANNING, S. C.
DSEPH F. RHAME,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING. S. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
MANNING, S. C.