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LOUIS APPELT, Editor.
M AN NING, S. C.. -1L N E 12, 1901- a
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LET THE PEOPLE DECIDE.
Col. James A. Hoyt, editor and c
proprietor of the Greenville a
Mountaineer, who was defeated d
for the office of governor in the v
last primary, thinks it a piece of t
belated news what we said about y
the State committee, out of re
spect for Colonel Hoyt, "stretch- s
ed the oath required by the party v
rules to fit Colonel Hoyt's case e
that he might be admitted" etc. t:
Perhaps we were mistaken about d
the committee stretching the
oath required by the party rules,
we remember now it did not, but y
the committee when asked to de
cide whether a man who had
been nominated by a faction, n
either publicly or privately sug- t
gested, could under the rules of
the party participate in the pri
mary, they evaded the question
by saying in effect, the rules of
the party prohibited factional
nominations and they disapprov
ed of such nominations, but, if a
candidate filed a pledge saying
that he was not the candidate of
a faction he would be permitted c
to run. Colonel Hoyt is among
the number wanting to dictate
who shall be permitted to run in
the coming primary, and the p
only way he and his kind can b
work such a trick, is to manu
facture a pledge different from
the one in use. In the last pri- a
mary the rules required a pledge
which was, that the candidate
taking it, swore he was not the
candidate of a faction either pub
licly or privately suggested, and
Colonel Hoyt filed such a pledge,
and became a candidate in the
primary after having been nomi- d
nated in a convention, of which a
he was a member expecting the h
nomination, judging from the ad
dress he pulled out of his pocket .
after his nomination, and read
before the convention.a
The point we want to impress
is, that one of the very men now
clamoring to keep others out of
the primary by fixing the rules
and pledge ti suit their cases,
did not let the party pledge stand' b
in his way when he was a candi- a
date. The committee out of re
spect for Col-onel Hoyt, for all of
them like him as a man, would~
not make a positive declaration h
as they should have, nor did a
they stretch the oath; the mis- oi
take we made was saying the y<
committee "stretched the oath" al
probably we would have been
more accurate had we. said the al
candidate stretched his con- it
science when he took the oath ti
required by the party rules.
Colonel Hoyt denies that he is a
indebted to the committee for it
the privilege of entering the ai
campaign of 1900. "He was there
because he was entitled to the b
privilege as a Democrat, and he h
did not ask permission of the n~
executive committee, nor would
he do so under any circum
stances." We do not dispute this D
at all, Colonel Hoyt had the W
right to participate in the Demo
cratic primary so long as he a
obeyed the rules governing the sc
primary, no one disputes the 0o
proposition that Colonel Hoyt is P
a Democrat, but when the pat
constitution or rules stamps out b
factionalism by requiring a it
pledge, to entitle a candidate to
run in the primary, setting forth 4
that he has not been nominated I
or sugges~ted by a faction, and~ a
the fact is, that a public conven
tion was held and put forward a i
nominee, we cannot to this day d<
see how such nominee could take D
the party pledge without having.
first refused the convention made ~
But this is threshing over old ei
straw, the party did permit CJol. ~
lEoyt to run notwithstanding he i
was nominated by an organized 0]
faction in a public convention, ti
and we believe some people vot
ed against him for the reason
that they could not see how he
could take the party pledge un
der the circumstances.
Now, Col. Hoyt and Mr. Gon- h
zales, editors of the Mountaineer a:
and The State, respectively,want k~
the State convention to adopt a sa
platform and a pledge which ti
some Democrats cannot take, li
and they know it. These ed- t<
itors do not want the pri- ti
mary free and open to any w
white man who will swear that ir
he is not the candidate of a fac- tl
tion either publicly or privately w
suggested, and will abide the re- e<
sult and support the nominees, fa
which is the pledge of the party a:
now, and has been ever since the ti
convention undertook to stamp d
out factionalism in 1894.
Mr. Gonzales is the able edi- d
tor of the Columbia State and is g
the man who was largely instru- h
mental in putting forward the w
Haskell movement in 1890, and p
who fought the holding of a con- ti
stitutional convention, gave aid f<
with able editorials to the ele- tl
ment that carried our suffrage g
and registration laws to the is
courts and who supported Samps e:
Pope ornornor. He of all a
ten should not have an influence C'
i the shaping of our party aft
tirs, for he has been an enemy J
> the Democratic organization <
f this State since 1890. 1
Colonel Hoyt has not been in 1
3cord with the majority since g
90, although he did not go as
ir in his opposition as did Mr. 1
,onzales, but since the last pri
iary he and Gonzales have been i
iaking a strong fight to exclude 1
rom the primaries those whose i
iews do not coincide with theirs. 1
Ve are not ready to submit our r
)emocracy for approval to a man j
ho has fought our State Demo
ratic organization with such bit
rness, as to encourage those 1
ndeavoring to break down white 1
upremacy, nor to a man who is
ominated in a factional conven
on and signs a pledge that he
What we do want is the right
very white man should be enti
.ed to, and that, is the right to 1
ubmit our views to the white 1
eople of this State for their de- I
ision with our solemn pledge to 1
bide the consequences of such i
ecision. Nothing short of this -
-ill satisfy a free people and if ]
ae Gonzales and Hoyt idea pre
ails in the convention, then our
rimary system is doomed to de
truction,a hope we believe is de-!,
outly wished for by a certain d
lement in this State. We want %
ae people and not the bolters or f
isappointed politicians to be the e
idges of our Democracy. t
ORGAN ON M'LAURIN-THE VIEWS OF
The greatest Southern states- <
ien is conceded the country over
) be John T. Morgan of Ala
ama. It was this intellectual
iant and great exponent of
emocratic principles who,while
aking his fight in the United
tates Senate for measures, re
ardless of which party intro
uced them, brought down upon
is head the bitterest of opposi
on. The politicans raised the
ry of treachery and the news
apers joined the chase to hound
[organ down, that through
rejudice, abuse, misrepresenta
on and villification they could
ring about his downfall with
te people. Morgan reinained
b his post in Washington with- f
t a word while the politicians b
*ere enjoying their conspiracy
gainst him unobstructed. When
1e primaries came off Governor
hnson took the field against
[organ and notwithstandingI
ohnson had all of the court
ouse officials together with hun
reds of appointees, and nearly
1 of the newspapers to help
im, and besides, for months the
eopie had their minds filled
ith charges of "Republicanism'"j
~ainst Morgan, the result was
at Johnson failed to carry a
ngle county in the State nott
wepting his home county, and
[organ was returned to the y
nited States Senate a stronger <
an with the people than ever 2
efore. Here is what he says
bout John L- McLaurin, witht
ference to the Tillman-Mc
"Both men are good Democrats. I e
ive no reason to doubt either man, y
id I consider Senator McLaurin one
the ablest men in the Senate. He is
>ung, he is modest: but he is very
>le. I cannot think of one instance
here McLaurin has had his Democ
~cy challenged. One may vote for or g
ainst subsidies-but all Democrats y
the Senate vote for a subsidy at one
mae or another and in one way or an
,her-and still be a true Democrat. i
considerer the man progressive who
ces each and every public question as
comes up- and tries to solve it fors
mself. Yet, we have our stereotyped ;
emocrats. There is an opportunity It
honor the man who, disagreeing with t~
th the platform and the nominees of
s party, does not step over into the e
nks of the other party; but prefers to
t the issue pass-takes to seclusion i
id waits; but does not desert his
,rty. I think there are many such ,
emocrats in this country today, and e
e shall not misjudge them. There-e
re, no one can say that this man is
t a good Democrat, or that man is
>t because he may vote for or again~ st
me bill in the United States Senate,
in the lower house which may ap
~ar to involve directly the Democratic
"I voted for the treaty of Paris not
scause Mr. Bryan was on hand work
.g for it: but because I thought it my
ity; I talked and argued against the a
ip. subsidy bill because I thought it i'
irageous and an imposition: but asb
spoke against it the Cotton Growers' d
.sociation of the south passed a reso- t
tion favoring it. That shows there ac
a diversity of views on this question s
the south as well as in the north. I
>not think that Senator McLaurin's
emocracy can be safely challenged.
"When I read this morning of the I
;o Senators, I thought it peculiar that i
ro men of experience such as they are
could deliberately invite political sui
de, and just to see who will be there
st at the resurrection. The outcome
ay be different than either one thinks. t
riile they are struggling for the hon- E
s they lay aside now with such little 3
ought, others may appear on the a
ene and seize both plums. "-Chicago a
ARGUMENT IS NEEDED. I
We think now the people will
ve some rest from the annoy
ace of political sensations; at
ast for the present, for we are s
ire the politicians are convinced t
tat to continue with their start- a
ug sensations, bodes no good
>them when the people get I
red. During the year there t
ill be discussions of the sieveral i
aportant questions now before j
ie National Congress, but these
ill be conducted in a manner to
lucate the masses, they will be
- from heat or personalities,
ad o:aly in response to invita- t
ons. Wherever a community I
asires to hear an address on the C
living issue" and they will ad
ress an invitation to any of the
ntlemen who are informed, we
ave no doubt but the invitation e
ould be accepted and the peo- I
[e entertained to an address
at would give them much in
>rmation. This, to our mind is
te proper way to have these a
reat questions discussed; there u
no use for a speaker trying to
lighten the masses when his
lust that is kicked up in a per
onal controversy, and the wa
oint debates are conducted thesi
ays argument has no place, th
nan who can say the hardes
hings whether relevent or no
Pets the applause and comes of
'ictorious. The people do no
iave time to make a close stud:
> these great political problems
,nd must depend largely upoi
heir public servants for enlight
nent, and it is but fair to them
hat all questions of public mo
nent should be presented to then
ree from complications, persona
inomosities, and heat. The at
ruments should be entirely oi
heir merits, for the people d
ot care what one man thinks o
nother man, especially politi
-ians, what they want to know
s, what is the question to be con
;idered, and who makes the mos
It is an impossibility to tes
he merits of a question whe:
he discussion of it, is made u:
)rincipally of charges and cour
er charges. and whenever suc]
s the case the affair becomes
vord-slugging match for th
>urpose of deceiving rather tha
Deafness Cannot be Cured
v local applications. as they cannot reach tb
iseased portion of the ear. There is only or
ray to cure deafness, and that is by constiti
ional remedies. Deafness is caused by an ii
amed condition of the mucous lining of th
.ustachian Tube. When this tube gets infian
d you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hea
ag, and when it is entirely closed deafness i
he result, and unless the inflammation can t
aken out and this tube restored to its norml
ondition.hearing will be destroyed forever: nit
ases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which i
othing but an inflamed condition of the mi
We will give One Hundred Dollars for an
ase of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that ca
ot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send fc
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. 0.
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Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Stages of Water.
Camden. June 7, 8 a. m.-Height of Wazere
iver. 12.4 feet. being a rise of 1.1 feet durin
ast 24 hours.
June 10. 8 a. m.-Height of Wateree rive:
I feet, beinr a fall of 1.4 feet during past :
Columbia, June 7. 8 a. m.-Height of Congi
ee river. 2 feet, being a rise of 3-10 of a foc
uring past 24 hours.
June 10, 8 a. m.-Height of Congaree rive
feet, being a fall of 2-10 of a foot during paw
St. Stephen's, June 7. 8 a. m.-Height
iantee river, 10 feet, being ' fall of 1-10 of
not during past 24 hours.
June 9. a. m.-Efeight of Santee river, 9.
eet, being a fall of 5-10 of a foot during past:i
COLUMBUS. GA., Aug. 24. 1872.
Dr. C. J. MOFFETT-Dear Doctor: We gav
our TEETHINA (Teething Powders) to ou
Ittle grandchild with the happiest results. Th
ffects were almost magical, and certainly mor
atisfactory than from anything we ever use<
Yours very truly. JOSEPH S. KEY.
Pastor of St. Paul Church.
(Now Bishop Southern Methodist Church.
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ures Rheumatism or Catarrh in a Day.
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be worst and most stubborn cases b;
raining the poison out of the blood an<
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Prize Offered for Souvenir Design.
The Women's Department of th4
outh Carolina Inter-State and Wes
ndian Exposition will give a prize o
10 for the best original design for sou
enirs to be sold in the Women's Build
2g during the Exposition.
This competition is open only t<
romen of South Carolina. Each de
ign must be sent to the undersigned b)
uly 1st, 1901, and must be accompa
ied by specifications for its construe
ton, and the real name of competitor
i a sealed envelope, and not appearing
lsewhere, so that the name of compe~t
or will not be known until th~e awart
Rejected designs will be returned
pon application (with postage enclos
d) made within thirty days after the
lose of competition.
The Execu.tive Committee of the Wo.
ten.'s Departmentt will be the judges o:
Mits. R. W. MEMMINGER, JR.,
Chr'n Corn, on Souvenir,
44 Pitt St., Charleston, S. C.
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temember yon get THE TIMES an(
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"A few months ago, food which I at4
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t Take Laxative Brorno Quinine Tab
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the mouth, crup
Stions on the skin,
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wil onuye Wpen All ther aovl.o
Bo.T.oye C.u OE,
Workdonein islasmnne bExei
Ancd ntrnen. aiatos
ThBcaintiohe and hae atwarxd o itwint
ApiThe muttBcylessta Hustecn ar
I HAY9 COHRN AND OATSE
We are selling these cheaper than
the market will justify and will con
tinue to do so as long as our pres
ent supply holds out.
Don't delay buying. Come at once.
TEE PEOPLE'S MONEY SAVERS,
AROLINA PORTLAD CEMENT% Cox,
w OLD DOMINION E
7 CEMENT 2
lnC.G.ARTSAf CmmT CO
Portland Cement, American and Belgian,
Rosendale Cement, Lime, Plaster.
or. East Bay and Cumberland Sts,, . - CHARLESTON, S. C
We have a cargo of Eastern Rockport Maine Lime on way.
Send in your orders for shipside shipment.
WHY SUFFER FROM CHILLSEETS
WA MOMM Grippe and all other forms of maladies when you
can be cured by
"", Roberts' Chill Tonic
CHILL.ToNic The world does not contain a better remedy. Many
wonderful cures made by it. 25 cents a bottle.
* Money refunded if it fails to do the work. Delight
25T ..ful to take.
- W. M. B3ROCKINTON, Manning.
* . ..'T. J. DAVIS, Jordan.
D. 0. RHAME, Summnerton.
Look to Your Interest.
Here we are, still in the lead, and why suffer with your eyes when yoi
:an be suited with a~ pair or Spectacles with so little trouble? We carry th~
Celebrated HAWKES Sunectacles ad Glasses,
Whichi we are offering very cheap, from 25e to $2.50 and Gold Frames at $~
o $6. Call and be suited.
WE M. BROCKINTON.
Prornoles Dieesion.Ch~eerMu- A int3r
ness and Rest.Contains neither I
IKo KT XOIC.
A perfeci Remedy for Conslipa
lion, Sour Stomnach,Diarrhoea
Worms ,Convulsions ,Feverish- 3
ness and Loss OF SLEE.
Fac Siie Signature of
EXACT CPY 0SiRAPPtu r I
EXA CNTACOPY OAF. NWRAPPER.rY
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.
J. Ll DAVD & RO
S. W. Cor. King and Weatworth Sts.,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
Buggies, Wagons, Boa
Cats and canines
RBP AIR D
With Neatness and Despatch
R. A. WHiTE'S.
I repair Stoves, Pumps and run water
pipes, or I will put down a new Pump
If you need any soldering done, give
me a call.
My horse is lame. Why? Because
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 r
painting old Buggies, Carriages, RoadA
Carts and Wagons cheap.
Come and see me. My prices wil
please you, and I guarantee all of my
Shop on corner below R. M. Dean's.
R. A. WHITE
MANNING, S. C.
BELL & MAIS,
And All Manner of Iron Work
Special Attention Glien to Horstig
We warrant satisfaetion.
Below Baptist Church, Manning, S C.
Parties desiring surveys and p late
made will .receive my most .carefu and
I accurate attention.
I am supplied with improved instru
Summerton, S. C.
3-ply Roofing Paper...75c per roll.
2-ply Roofing Paper...52c per roll..
1-ply Tarred Paper....35 per ton..
Rosin-Sized Sheathing Paper, 17 lbs..
per roll.............30c per roll..
20-lb. Paper...........38c per rolL.
30-lb. Paper. ..........50c per rolL
All prices f.o.b. Charleston.
For direct shipments from factory in
lots of 25, 50 or 100 rolls, we can make
closer delivered prices.
AROUNA PORTlAND EMT cO.,
94-96 E. Bay St., CHARLESTON, S. C,
J. M. McCOLLOUGH,
Opposite Legg & Hutchinson's Stables.
Give me a trial and 1 will give you
the best work for little money.
Land Surveying and Leveling..
I will do Surveying, etc., in Claren
don and adjoining Counties.
Call at ofiice or address at Sumter, S..
C. P. 0. Box 101.
JOHN R. HAYNESWORTH.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Pamn prepared to negotiate loanse
on good real estate security, on rea
R. 0. PURDY,
Sumter, S. C.
Money to Loan.
WILSON & DuRANT.
DR. J. FRANK GEIGER,
MANNING, S. C.
'Phone No. 25.
J. S. WILSON. W- C. DURAN(T.
WILSON & DURANT,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
MANNING, S. C.
JOSEPH F. RHAME,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
-.MANNING, S. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
M ANNIN. 5. C.