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LOUIS APPELTr, Editor.
MANNING. S. C.. APTIL 9. 1902.
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Entered at the Postoice at Manning as Sec
ond Class matter.
The Democratic clubs through
out the State are, under our
party constitution, to reorganize
on the 26th inst., and they will,
besides electing officers and a
county executive committee,
elect delegates to the county
convention which will be held
the day of May. The coun
ty convention besides choosing a
county chairman will elect eight
delegates to the State convention
which meets in Columbia on the
day of May, and a member
of the State Democratic Execu
This is what is known as an
off year in politics, and under
our party system there would not
be any excitement or uneasiness,
but for some extremists, who
want to rule or ruin: if things
cannot go exactly as they want it,
they would throw -the fat into
the fire." A United States Sena
tor is to be chosen in the primary,
and it being a very juicy plum,
it is natural that there are a
number of men who would like
to capture it, and as an excuse,
the questions which have arisen
out of conditions growing out of
the Spanish-American war will
be taken as texts for campaign
We welcome into the field for
United States Senator as many
of the brainiest men in the State
as will come, it is a healthy sign;
it shows that men of brain recog
nize that the people do not care
to fill such an exalted place with
a pigmy, and therefore when a
number of learned men come for
ward the people can make a good
The State convention will
have the power to alter the Con
stitution and rules which govern
the Democratic party, and here
is the danger if the people send
extremists to that convention.
There is an element who are
clamoring for a revision of the
party pledge; this element want
to adopt a platform embodying
those things which they know
beforehand is not deemed wise
by many Democrats, and they
also want to fix it so that one
who will not pledge to support
or endorse cannot participate in
the primary. Under our present
Constitution and rules one to
participate in the primary is
pledged to abide the result
and support the nominees of the
primary which has been the rule
of the Democratic party since
1890-it was good enough then
and all along, it should be good
enough now. We are unalterably
opposed to keeping white men
out of a Democratic primary,
and if we change our party
pledge we will drive good men
If a candidate advocates theo
ries which do not meet with the
people's approval, they will vote
against him in the primary elec
tions, but if politicians are al
lowed to shut men out of the
primary, because they do not
agree, then the primary becomes
a machine of oppression and cor
The main object of the prima
ry system was to do away with*
the manipulations. and wire-pul
ling of conventions, and so as to
allow the people to exercise their
own free will in the selection of
officers; now if the politicians are
going to be permitted to say
what a man must advocate be
fore he-can enter a primary, it
does not need much study to see
that it is tending towards mak
ing the primary system a politi
cal delusion and a snare, and in
stead of the people voting for
whom they please, they will sim
ply be voting for whom the rings
and cliques will permit to come
before them; that this condition
will lead on to corruption is as
sure as the sun shines- Take a
look at some of our large cities
where the officers are the crea
tures of the rings, and you find
their governments reeking with
the vilest of corruption: no man
can be elected to office without
the sanction of the ring, and the
ring will not have him unless
they can use him as merchandise.
The newspapers are fqgll of the
grand jury presentment in the
city of St. Louis, where it is
shown, men held office in the
council at a salary of $300 a
year and made $50,000 a year in
bribes, and on account of this
fearful condition the city is
groaning under a load of debt.
This is the result of being placed
in a position to permit the poli
ticians to have unlimited power
with our franchise, as it were. a
power of attorney to act for us
and barter away our rights.
The Columbia State is an ad
vocate of extreme action on the
part of the State convention, and
in its issue of 5th inst.. it says.
"We do not think that a man
who rejects cardinal Democratic
principles, opposes the policies
of the party and votes against
its nominees has a right to claim
membership in the party and
still less right to participate in
ts candidates. We hold that in
ommon decency he should not
seek to do any of these things:
me do not understand how he
:ould wish to do them." This
quotation, simply means that
those who have reached the con
.lusion that Bryanism will not
Jo, must stay out of our Demo
eratic party: it means that those
who have had the nerve to differ
with a majority of the Demo
cratic members of the United
States Senate should be driven
out of our primaries: it means
that those who refused to sneeze
whenever j. K. Jones of Arkan
sas who will soon have the
pretix - Ex" to his title as
Senator, pulled out his snuff
should be disqualified from par
ticipating in our primaries. The
State is to be admired for its
boldness if not for its inconsist
ency. It is bold enough to come
out and say what others are try
ing to sneak through, but when
it talks about disqualifying white
voters in a. primary who vote
against the party nominees, it
puts itself in a very awkward
position. Everybody knows that
the Democratic party nominated
B. R. Tillman in 1890, and that
the editor of The State refused
to support him and openly sup
ported an Independent candi
date. It is also known that the
Democratic party nominated
John Gary Evans for Governor
in 1894, and The State supported
Samps Pope an Independent
candidate. It is also known thaL
The State has opposed the reg
ularly nominated candidates of
the Democratic party and sup
ported Republican candidates
for Congress, therefore we say
that reading a lecture to Demo
crats who have always support
ed the nominees of the party
comes in queer taste from The
These extremists are never
safe leaders, and always unwise
dounselors; the white people of
South Carolina have the intel
ligence, loyalty and indepen
dence to vote for men and meas
ures which meet with their ap
proval, and they can be trusted
to keep the party in tact without
enslaving themselves to profes
sional politicians. The white
men of South Carolina are Dem
ocrats and no earthly power can
make them anything else; hence
it is an insult to their intelli
gence to want to force them into
being ruled by dictation.
If the State convention adopts
a rule that none can participate
in a Democratic primary unless
they swear they endorse this or
that platform, then we are surely
under the rule of the iron-handed
dictator who will never be disen
throned short of a revolution.
Why? If a few leaders are au
thorized to say what constitutes
a Democrat don't everybody with
a thimble full of sense know that
these leaders will always fix it
so that they can remain in power?
In this State there is a respecta
ble element who are very much
opposed to the sale of liquor.
Suppose at the coming conven
tion a prohibition plank was in-i
serted in the platform, and be
ore a man could become a candi
date before the people he was
required to swear that he en
dorsed that platform, would
that not deprive the advocates of
the dispensary system from go
ing before the people? If a man
advocating the dispensary sys
tem were to enter the primary~
for any office and subscribe to
such an oath would he not stul-.
tify himself ? Then take the
other side, if the majority in the
convention wanted to put a dis
pensary plank in the platform
and require an oath of candidates
that they endorse the platform,
it would prevent the people from
voting for a county treasurer or
auditor if he happened to believe
in prohibition. No, this is a free
country and we advocate the
keeping open and free our pri
maries to all white men. Let a
man advocate what he pleases
before the people and let them
judge of his democracy. We ar-e
unalterably opposed to entrust
our constitutional and God-given
rights to any man or set of men;
when .the time comes to vote we
want the privilege of voting for
our choice in the primary and for
the Democratic party's choice in
the general election. The only
pledge necessary is the one we
have always had-TO ABIDE THE
RESULT AND SUPPORT THE NOM
INEES OF THE PRIARY. If the
politicians fix up any other it
will be for the purpose of exclud
ing an element of white men who'
have always voted the Demo
cratic ticket and who propose to
continue voting it, even if their
views and candidates are not
adopted or endorsed by the ma
jority. These men claim the
right to do their own thinking
and they will not submit to dicta
tion from any source, but at the
same time they also promise to
submit to the decision of the ma-!
jority. We have no reason to
doubt these men, because they
have always stood loyally to the
party; they have never deserted!
it, they have never attempted to!
split the party, but on the other
hand many of them were among
the minority prior to the action
of the conivention or primaries,
and when the assembled party.
spoke they submitted and joined
in heartily to crush out Haskell
ism and Popeism. Are we to
distrust such men and follow in!
the lead of advisers like the Co
lumbia State who have given the
people a practical demonstration
that they will rule or ruin y We
This is a matter of grave im
portance to every voter, far more
so than McLaurin, who is the
>bject of the politicians' wrath.,
The idea of the extremists is
aarrow indeed, for in attempting
Lo mrEmv+ Mcr.nin enterino
the primary they would tear
down the whole political struct
ure to accomplish a temporary
advantage. The politicians claim
that McLaurin is not a Democrat,
but he says he is. They claim
that MeLaurin is not represent
ing the views of his constituents,:
but he says, their interest and
views. How is the difference to
be settled unless he has an op
portunity to go before the people
to explain his status in the Demi
ocratic party and the views ad
vocated by him. We cannot
think the people of South Caro
lina are willing to convict a mna
on the sole testimony of his op
popents without giving him a
he'ring in his defense. They'
say McLaurin is not a Democrat:
we think the people should be
the judges of that matter and
not the politicians who are after
his seat. The solicitor in court
often says "William Jones, alias
Billy Jones is guilty of the crime
charged, but the jury have heard
the evidence and found a verdict
of 4not guilty,' because the show
ing made by the prosecution
would not warrant conviction,"
and thus it is with McLaurin's
case; the politicians say he is
not a Democrat, but when he is
heard in his own defense the
people who will be the jury may
render a different verdict.
Our position has been misun
derstood by some. We have
never said we would vote for
McLaurin or Latimer or Hemp
hill or Henderson, and our en
tire fight from the beginning of
the contest has been for fair
play. We do not know as yet
who we will vote for; we want
to hear all of the candidates, and
after having heard them we will
then support in these columns
the man who, in our judgment,
will do the people the most good,
but we do not want to be de
prived of the privilege of getting
the views of these men by the
manipulations of politicians. If
in our judgment John L. McLau
rin has proven that he is a Dem
ocrat and that he has not sold
his vote for federal patronage,
as he was charged with doing,
and that he is in position to help
us more than the others he will
be entitled to our support, but
if the others prove that McLau
rin is not a Democrat and that
he sold his vote for federal pat
ronage or anything else, we will
not insult our readers by sup
porting him or even voting for
him. We are a Democrat first.
last and all the time, but we can
only trust the people t> measure
the standard of our democracy
and not the politicians, for, as a
rule, the politicians have no po
litical principles, they are after
office and make issues to win;
if they can find an .issue to
arouse prejudice, that plays
squarely into their hands and
they work it for all it is worth:
when they przate of political
principles it is like :he sancti
monious hypocrite preaching
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as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell
and completely derange the whole system when
entering it through the mucous surfaces. Such
articles should never be used except on prescrnp
ons frm reputable physicians as the damge
sibly derive from them. Hair~s Catarrh Cure.
manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. 0..
contains no mercury, and is taken internally.
acting directly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system. In buying Halls Catarrh
Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken
internally, and made in Toledo. Ohio. by F. J.
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sold by Druggists, price 75c. per bottle.
Hairs Family Pills are the best
In the life of a newpaper edi
tor it is frequently the case that
he is called upon suddenly to
give an expression with regard
to a matter of public concern,
and therefore his only resource
is his memory. Our readers will
remember that in the issue of
THE TIMEs of January 8th, we
published a scattering letter
from Senator B. R. Tillman, and
in our reply to same we said1
the General Assembly appoint
ed a comumittee to visit the office
of the whiskey concern to inves
tigate the transactions had with
Governor Tillman. This com
mittee was denied the books and
they had to report their failure."
In making this statement we
did not have the record before
us and therefore relied upon
memory, but on last Thursday
while in Columbia in attendance
upon the meeting of the State
Democratic execcutive commit-.
tee, we had a talk with a gentle
man who is conversant with all
of the facts to the minutest de
tails and from him we learned
that our statement was not al
together correct. notwithstand
ing this, we were correct in the
essential features of it, but we
desire to keep the record abso
lutely straight so that no one can
find excuse to charge us with
garbling to suit our purpose.
This gentleman says that-instead
of the committee being appoint
ed by the General Assembly, the
committee who went to Cincinnati
was appointed by the State Board
of Control and was composed of
Hon. L. J. Williams of Edgefleld,
a member of the board, and Hon.
Frank H. Weston, a member of
the committee appointed by the
legislature to investigate the af
fairs of -the dispensary; that
these gentlemen went to Cincin
nati and were denied the privi
lege of examining the books, and
the concern also refusing to sub
ject itself to an oral examination
wiereby stenographic reports of
tetestimony could be taken.
Our object in making this cor
rection is, first, to be absolutely;
fair: and second, we feel it is
our duty whenever we find that
we are in error. even in an unim
portant part of a statemnent, to'
correct same and keep the re.
cord perfectly straight. It will!
thus be seen that while we were:
mistaken as to what authority*
appointed this investigating com
committee was appointed and
were unable to bring back any
information showing a clean and
straight forward transaction, and
that is the reason we said "Till
man's not insisting on the whis
key people throwing open their
books for inspection laid him lia
ble to the strongest suspicion'
when it is considered that at the
time the charge that he had
-lined his pockets with rebates"
was alleged to have been made
by his successor in office John
Gary Evans. We sincerely hope
that when Senator Tillman comes
to Manning in response to the
numerously signed invitation
that he will be able to give a sat
isfactory explanation of this
whiskey transaction, and that it
will be so clear and convincing
that it will be settled for all time.
The evidence against Tillman in
his connection with the liquor
purchase is entirely circumstan
tial thus far, and a verified state
ment from him may drive away
all of the suspicion.
A Valuable Medicine for Coughs and Colds in
I have not the slightest hesitancy in recom
mending Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to all
who are suffering from coughs or colds." says
Chas. M. Cramer. Esq.. a well known watch
maker of Colombo. Ceylon. " It has been some
two years since the city dispensary first called
my attention to this valuable medicine and I
have repeatedly used it and it has alwa ys been
beneficial. It has cured me quickly of all chest
colds. It is especially effective for children and
seldom takes more than one bottle to cure them
of hoarseness. I have persuaded many to try
this valuable medicine, and they are all as well
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How They Grow.
First Year-The biggest trout I ever
caught was a foot and a half long, and
he had a big fishhook in his stomach.
Tenth Year-Did I ever tell you about
the trout I once caught? It was over a
yard long and had an anchor In his
stomach.-New York Weekly.
Every Healthy Boy
likes to get himself into places of dan
ger. Hence bruises, strains and
sprains. Mother scolds and brings out
the bottle of Perry Davis' Painkiller
and rubs it on the injured spots with an
energy and frequency depending on the
seriousness of the case. There is noth
ing like Painkiller to takeout the sore
ness. There is but one Painkiller,
Perry Davis'. Price 25c and 50c.
"Pearls," remarked the wise guy,
"are emblematic of tears."
"I guess that's right," agreed the
simple mug. "My wife cries .because
I can't afford to buy her any.-Phila
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Ba 60 The Kind You Have lwayso
of A I
A little girl's father had a round bald
spot on top of his head. Kissing him
at bedtime not long ago, she said:
"Stoop down, popsy, dear; I want to
kiss the place where the lining shows."
Neglect Means Danger.
Don't neglect biliousness and consti
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Many a man after attaining a high
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He who refuses to play second fiddle
has no chance to become leader of an
rchestra.-New York Herald.
I Know One sure Bemedy
foran obstinate cold. Its name is Pyny-Ba"'a~
Our days are comparatively few, and
we live through each day only once.
Therefore it behooves us to make each
day worth whlle.-Ladies' Home .Tour
C A.! T 0 12 Z A..
Beande Te Knd Yu Hae Aways Banght
Could Take His Choice.
Coachman (driving stout old man on
a lonely road in a very high wind)
Please, sir, will you 'old the 'orses
while I run after my 'at, or will you
run after my 'at while I 'old the 'orses?
Oil for the
Give them oil---codi-liveroll,
It's curious to see the result.
Give it to the peevish, fret
ful child, and he laughs. Give
it to the pale, anornic child,
and his face becomes rosy and
full of health. Take a flat
chested child, or a child that
has stopped growing, give him
the oil, and he will grow big
an strong like the rest.
This is not a new scheme.
It has b~een done for years.
Scourse youi must use the
egt oil. Scott's Emulsion
Swit's Emulsion neither
.7r tastes like oil because
rec so careful in making it
r. t take.
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Don't neglect coughs and colds even
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md lung toubles. - I have used One
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;ays Postmaster C. 0. Dawson, Barr.
[Il. "It is the very best cough medi
ine on the market. It has saved me
many a severe spell of sickness and I
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An Unkind Retort.
"You made a fool of me!" exclaimed
.he angry husband.
"Call yourself a fool if you wish, my
dear," calmly rejoined his wife, "but
remember you have always claimed to
be a self made man."
A neighbor ran in with a bottle of Chamber
lain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea lIemedy
when my son was suffering with severe cramps
and was given up as beyond hope by my regular
physician. who stands bigh in his profession.
After administering three doses of it. my son
regained consciousness and recovered entirely
within twenty.four hours," says Mrs. Mary
Railer of M.%t. Crawford, Va. This Remedy is
for sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac
M. Loryea. Prop.
Do Your Wowk Well.
Possibly you think your employer
does not notice you or know about your
work. The writer of this was talking
the other evening to an extensive em
ployer of labor, and he talked most of
the evening about his workmen. He
knew all about every one of them, from
the head man to the laborers, and not
ed their good and bad points. Don't
forget that your employer knows all
about you. "'lhen he needs a new fore
man or sup.Atendent, he knows the
one to select.-Atchison Globe.
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The Kind You Have Always Bought
Don't tie the top of your
jelly and preservo Jars In
theold faslioned way. Sc.
them by the new, qu@l .
absolutely sure way-, -
a thin costingof Pure
Refined Paraffine. Has
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air ti and acid
Sseful In adozen other
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Fall diretions with
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A town lot measuring about one
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Money to Lend.
Loans made on Improved Real Es
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Time as long as w anted.
Apply to J. A. WEINBERG,
Attorney at Law.
MANNING, S. (3.
A splendid newly furnished hotel, of
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Permanent and Transient Boarders
solicited. Street cars at door.
S. R. COLE,
I am agent for Standard Pahlts.
It does not pay to let your houses and
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We Sell Them.
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it means one of the most
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W,'e ate now in position to ship our
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Imperial Brew-Pints, at $1.10 per doz.
Kuffheiser-Pints, at......90c per doz.
Germania P. M.-Pints, at 90c per doz.
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are experienced workmen.
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2-ply Roofing Paper...2c per roll.
1-ply Tarred Paper...$35 per ton.
Rosin-Sized Sheathing Paper, 17 lbs.
per roll...............30c per roll.
20-t. Paper............38c per roll.
3-ib. Paper. ............50 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.
94-96 E. Bay St., CHARL.ESTON, S. C,
Land Surveying and Leveling.
I will do Surveying, etc., in Claren
don and ad joining Counties.
Call at office or address at Sumter, S.
C. P. 0. Box 101.
JOHN R. HAYNESWORTH.
ATTORNEY AT LAw.
-- MANNNING, S. C.
R AE& LESESNE,
ATTORNEYS AT IaAW.
MANNTI. S. '*.
WILSON & DURANT.
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MANNING. S. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
DR. J. FRANK GEIGER,
MANNING, S. C.
Splendid display of the most exquisite of this sea
son's goods are here at those prices that have made this
store famous. It is showing of such goods as the people
want. Goods in generous quantities and assortments.
All marked at lower prices than others sell them.
New Spring Qoods.
All New Weaves and Colors.
21-inch Black Taffetas, guaranteed, at 89c.
Have you seen our Linen Embroidered Dbts? . They
are very chic and stylish.
New White Goods.
We are showing the largest line of White Goods in
town. Persian Lawns, in Black and White, Silk Mulls, g
Batiste, Shirt Waist Linens, Organdie, Diinity, English I
Nainsook, Checks and the Mercerized Goods.
500 Ladies' Full Bleached Frenched Shaped Gauze
Undervests, at 5e.
Leading the Procession
The greatest line of Fine Summer Shoes at popular
prices on earth. Remember, too, our line of Shoes are
sold in Manning only by
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Home of Stylish Footwear.
MW.PAWK. INS &ON CO
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