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L~UI16 Ak'PELT, NEit
MANNING, S. C., APRIL 16, 1902.
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ond Class matter.
A telegram was shown to us
by M. C. Galluchat, Esq.. from
Senator B. R. Tillman, which
announces his intention of com
ing to Manning to speak Friday
April 25th. the day before the
clubs are to elect delegates to
the county convention. The fol
lowing is the telegram:
"Washington, D. C., April 12th, 1902.
Hon. M. C. Galluchat, -Manning, S. C.
Please announce through the Clar
endon papers I will speak at \Ianning
Friday April 25 at 11 o'clock.
B. R TILLMAN.
It will be remembered that
petitions were circulated in sev
eral parts of the c->unty inviting
the Senator to come here to
speak as he had in a letter prof
fered to do in connection with
editorials' which appeared in
these columns. Now that he
has fixed the date as his tele
gram to Mr. Galluchat shows,
we hope the people who come
will do so prepared to judge of
what he says impartially. Sena
tor Tillman has a way of catch
ing the crowds and whirling
them into a pitch of excitement.
He knows just what to say to
bring about applause, and he is
a master in the art of distracting
attention from himself.
In the days of 1890, excitement
ran high and the people were in
no mood to listen to argument
and reason, but such ought not
to be the case now. We are an
intelligent people, capable of de
ciding an issue upon its merits,
and it is due to ourselves that
we give attention to the speech
of Senator Tillman, in which we
presume he will endeaver to ex
plain the various statements,
casting a shadow upon his char
acter. We hope that the people
of Clarendon county will conduct
themselves on that day as is
their custom on public occasions,
and thereby-show to the outside
world that for the gratification
of politicians they will not be
blinded to reason.
Senator Tillman's coming here
the day before the Democratic
clubs are to elect delegates to
the County convention is not
without significance, and does
not require a very keen sighted
man to see through the scheme.
The editor of THE TIMES is a
member of the State Democratic
Executive Committee, and he
has shown a disposition to act on
that committee as his judgment
dictated; everything went along
smoothly until the attempt was
made to convert the committee
into a machine of oppression,
that he protested in spite of the
majority made him marked for
defeat by the head of the ma
chine. Therefore it is our opin
ion, that Senator Tillman's com
ing here to speak the day before
the assembling of the clubs, is,
ostensibly to refute the charges
which have been made against
him, but really to dictate the
make-up of the county conven
tion. If he simply wanted to
show that the charges made
against him were groundless we
had offered him the use of these
coluns, and the offer remains
open. He knows, we will not
attempt anything like a joint de
bate with him, and he dares not
accept our proposition to answer
the charges-in cold print, so the
people could quietly read what
he has to say and what we have
to say, and then judge whether
or not he has been unjustly
In order that there may be no
misunderstanding, we repeat our
offer to publish any article he
chooses to write to any or all of
our editorials, and we will in the
same issue of the paper reply so
that there will be no advantage
taken of him. But if the politi
cians who are on an anxious
perch with their mouths open
waiting for Tillman's coming to
drop a political worm, are ex
pecting us to get into a wordy
scrap for their entertainment and
profit, they might as well come
down and do their own scratch
ing for it matters not what the
effect of Tillman's swooping
down upon us will be, there is
one thing certain, it will take
something else besides screech
ing to gratify the political appe
tites of certain hungry politicians
who are craving for plums that
Tillman might shake out of the
Tillman telegraphs Mr. Gallu
chat that he will be here April
25th, and will speak at 11 o'clock,
we hope our friends will turn
out. that he will be given such a
hearing as becomes an intelli
gent people to a man who occu
pies a high place in the councils
of the Nation, and we will gaur
antee to show to every unpreju
diced man, that the editorials re
lating to Tillman were based up
on strong circumstantial evi
dence, his own a.dmissions, and
written evidence precisely as we
claimed, and unless he can extri
cate himself by proof, he will re
main under suspicion; to say
that some of the charges are old
he by proof show that the evi
dence furnished us is false we
will be happy to make acknowl
edgement of the same. We have
not kept secret the evidence fur
nished us, we showed it to sev
eral and frankly answered the
questions concerning it, from a
person who thought he was
shrewdly pumping us, so that
he could post his patron saint.
In one of our articles we offered
to publish this evidence if the
Senator desired it, in fact, we
are not inspired by malice, our
sole object is to bring the matter
to head: we want the charges of
corruption explained and refut
ed if they can be. If Senator
Tillman successfully refutes
them, all is well, and he will be
more strongly entrenched in the
hearts of the people, but should
he not, he should be made. to
"go way back and sit down."
There never-has been in this
generation such an inspiring
scene as greeted President Roos
evelt in Charleston. Everybody
from the aged to the prattling
child seemed to rejoice that the
Nation's Chief Executive was in
the city. At the auditorium
when he rose to speak, the tre
mendeous audience composed of
elegantly dressed women, and
well dressed men rose and such
a demonstration was never be
fore seen anywhere; that the
President was delighted could
be seen in his very strong face.
His speech was the utterance of
a broad man, and notwithstand
ing the fact he did not belong to
the same political party, it was
notable that his political senti
ments were heartily applauded
by Democrats. The President's
speech in iany of its parts
would have served well as a mes
sage to Congress. especially the
parts relating to Cuba. and the
trusts. It was our pleasure to
be near enough to hear every
word the President uttered, and
we have no hesitency in saying
that it was a speech which should
be preserved, that it should be
read in every household and
every school room, for in it there
is much food for thought.
Charleston did herself proud
on this her greatest of occasions,
and we know that President and
Mrs. Roosevelt were delighted
with their visit because they
told us so. Mrs. Roosevelt is a
most charming woman, one who,
by her manner immediately cap
tivates those brought into her
presence. The President is a
jolly good fellow and we hope
his visit to Charleston will give
him a better understanding of
our people. President Roose
velt was so charmed with the ex
position and the people, that on
his way back to Washington in
his speeches to the crowds that
greeted him at all of the stations
he urged the people to visit the
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain
as mercury will surely destroy the sense of sne~ll
and completely derange the whole-system when
entering it through the mucous surfaces. Such
articles should never be used except on prescrip
tions from reputable physicians. as the damage
they will do is ten fold to the good you can pos
siby derive from them. Hairs 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. Hall's .Catarrh
Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken
internally, and made in Toledo. Ohio. by F. J.
Cheney & Co. Testimonials free.
Sold by Druggists. price 75c. per bottle.
Hairs Family Pills are the best
South Carolina's g re a tes t
Chieftain General Wade Hamp
ton has crossed over the river.
This State has furnished to the
nation many great men, but none
were more sincerely entrenched
in the hearts of the people than
this great soldier, and statesman.
The end came last Friday morn
ing at his home in Columbia and
all over the State flags were
placed at half mast and other
emblems of mourning were dis
played. The funeral took place
on Sunday and crowds from
every quarter attended. Now
for a monument to his loving
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. Ccylon. -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 always 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
pleased as myself over the results." For sale
by The R. B. Loryea Drug Storc. Isaac M. Lor
The past week was the great
est since the exposition opened.
North Carolina was there for tile
week, and Governor C. B. Av-'
cock with his handsome staff
officers and their ladies were the
recipients of much social atten
tion. They stopped at the Argyle
Hotel, the Governor of North
Carolina in one room and the,
Governor of South Carolina in
the adjoining room. Manager
Wilson had placed in the hallway
between the two rooms a magm
ficient hand painted china punch
bowl with a silver ladle in it:;
every time we passed this beauti
ful receptacle it was empty,
whether from frequent visits of
the Governors to each other, or
from the many friends who call
~edto pay their respects- Gov
ernor Aycock made a grand im
pression with his speech on Pres
ident's Day, by his magnificent
oratory. The North Carolina peo
ple were a fine and handsome lot
and they had a huge timne in
Neglect Means Danger.
Do't neglect biliousnes andl consti
pation. Your health will stter perma
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Risers cire such cases. M. B. Smith,
Butternut. Mich., says "DeWitt's Lit-*
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cause nausea." The Rl. B. Loryea Drugt
M'LAURIN 0 CHINESE BILL.
Opposes New Measure for Exclusion of Mon
golians-Would Injure Our Trade.
Washington, April 14.-SpecAal.
Senator lMcLaurin of South Carolina,
addressed the Senate this afternoon in
opposition to the pending bill for ex
clusion of the Chinese. This was the
firs. )speech of the Senator since his
clash with his colleague. and on this
and on this account as well as because
of his position on the measure particu
lar attention was given to his argument.
MNr. 3McLaurin declared that "the bill
as it is presented for passage is faulty
in conception, faulty in execution. faul
ty in deduction. faulty in logie, faulty
in its paemises and its conclusions."
He declared that the law now in efeet
"nourishes our trade with China" and
therefore should be preserved, whereas
the new measure would check and stuml.
if not ruin it."
Speaking for South Carolina specific
ally, Senator \leLaurin said: "South
Caroiina demands first of all that this
country shall do its duty on a question
of honor-that it shall maintain its in
tegrity in the fulfillment of its treaty
obligations, and, next, that this coun
try shall so legislate as to secure fair
pl'ay for all its sections and all its citi
zens alike-for rich and poor, for the
laborers on the Pacific coast and also
for the laborers on the Atlantic coast,
for the miners of California ard also
for the mill workers of South Carolina.
Aye, fair play. too. for the governments
and respectable citizens of all foreign
nations as well. including China. South
Carolina does not want contract labor
or coolv labor in this country, and
would Lot tolerate it. Nobody wants
it. It is out of the question-out of the
calculation altogether. It will not be
had under the present law or under the
proposed law or under any other law,
past, present or future. But fair play
we ought to have and must have for all
respectable labor.- for all respectable
business men and enterprises, and for
all respectable governments under the
"Now. is it fair play to the people of
the South, just as they are beginning
to prosper in manufacturing and com
mercial enterprises, after long years of
trouble and privation, to tear down and
crush their new enterprises, on the as
sumption that such a ruinous policy is
necessary in order to keep out the Chi
nese, when in point of fact it is not at
all necessary and the Chinese are being
kept out by the existing law? That is
the plain business proposition at the
basis of the whole question.
"South Carolina is now the second cot
ton manufacturing State in the Union.
The development of its cotton mill in
dustry has been without parallel in any
other part of the United States. In
1890 there were 34 establishments in
South Carolina devoted to this indus
try, representing a capital of $11,141,
833, employing 8,071 wage earners, and
turning out products valued at $9,800,
'98. In 1900 the number of establish
ments had increased to 80, the amount
of capital to ;39.258,946, the number of
wage earners to 30,201. and the value
of products to $29,723,919. While for
the whole of the United States the av
erage increase for the decade of capital
employed in cotton manufactures was
32 per cent., that of South Carolina was
252 per cent. While the average in
crease in the number of wage earners
was 31J per cent., that of South Caro
lina was 274 per cent. While the aver
age increase increase in the value of pro
ducts was 26i per cent., that of South
Carolina was 203 per cent. The manu
facture of cotton goods is now the most
important industry of South Carolina,
since it gives employment to 62.7 per
cent. of the wage earners employed in
the State, and turns out 50.6 per cent.
of the total value of the manufacturers
produced in the State. The develop
ment of this industry, which wvas tem
porariy- arrested by the Chinese trou
bles a year ago, has been vigorously re
sumed, and bids fair to proceed at such
a pace that South Carolina, which has
already passed Rhode Island, will in
the next ten years take the place of
Massachusetts as the foremost cotton
manufacturing State in the Union.
"This brilliant prospect can be
blighted-the prosperity of the South
Ca.'lina mills and the gaining of a
livelihood by an army of 60,000 workers
can be interrupted-is only one way,
and that is by a shutting down of the
export demand for American cotton
cloth. That demand amounted in the
first two months of the present calen
dar to more than $6,000.000, and it' is
being maintained at a rate without ex
ample in the commercial history of the
country, so that for the current fiscal
year our exports of manufactured cot
tons will probably exceed in value
30,000,000, or fully $6,000,000 more
than in 1900, the most prosperous of
any of the preceeding years. Of this
export demand 60 per cent is repre
sented by our sales to China, and it is
on the 'continuance and increase of
these sales that the prosperity of the
cotton industry, not only of South Caro
lina, but of the whole United States.
Like Daisies Before the Scythe,
Babv lives are destroyed in summer by
cholera infantum. The attack of the
disease is sudden, its progress is some
times terribly rapid. Mothers who
have given their children Perry Davis'
Painkiller in water with a few drops of
brandy added can tell how this treat
ment 'has checked the diarrhoa and
vomiting, and put the little patient out
of danger. 23 and 50 cts.
Editor The Manningr Times:
A friend of mine at Trenton and a
subscriber to THE TIMES requested me
to occasionally give the readers of your
valuable paper a few dots from this
place. News is rather scarce just now.
but I will try to get in a few words
edgeways this week and will try to give
ou the'items from here in the future,
so that the rea.1ers of THE TIMES will
know that Paxville is still in -Clarendon
counts and a progressive little village.
The merchants seem to be doing a
very good cash trade considering the
The farmers around here have com
menced planting cotton. It seems that
they have turned their backs on the
past and are trusting to the future with
smiles for better crops and better
prices. If wve wool-hatters would take
the advice that "John Slab"' gives us I
think it would help us all. Write
again. Mr. "Slab." we enjoy your let
Mrs. .T. R ichbourg is visiting at
Mr. Henry Rich bourg of Summerton
gave our town a visit Saturday on bus
Miss Snnie Taylor. who has been
visiting some time in Manning, r'e
turned home last Sunday.
The boys around here will organize
their baseball team as soon as possible.
and with little practice will be ready
to cross bats with any team in the
I ntice that you are doing all in your
power~ for the children to go to the Ex
rosition. I hope that you will succeed,
or it would do them more good than a
vears schooling. We need more Ap
~elts and JIenkinsons.
P~axville, S. C.. April 14, 1902.
Good for Rheumatism.
La-t fall I was taken with a very severe at
tack of muscuiar rheumatism which causcd me
ereat pain and annoyance. After trying scveral
~rescriptions and rheumatic cures. I decided to
ue Chamberlains Pain Balm. which I ad seecn
advertised in The South Jerseyman. After two
applications of this Remedy I was much better.
ad after using one bottle, was completely
:red.-SAL E H A atIS. Salem. N. J. For sale
by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaae M. Lor
Bmasma from the Northern Wood
Supervisor Owens Replies to Hon. H. B. Rich
E:iitwr The Manin Time':
I notice in your paper of the 2nd in
stant an article from my friend Maj. H .
B. Richardson in which he seeks to
give an explanation for the supposed
feeling and desire of the people of Ful
ton and Calvary townships to tack on
to Sumter, and after assigning poor
railroad facilities as the f!rst reason.
Major Richardson then turns and says
that another reason is because the
highways in that section of the county
"have been so neglected by those in
authority over the chainzang as to
moke travel by dirt road both irksome
I cannot think that the Major meant
to make such a sweeping charge against
those in authority over the chaingang
:s is implied in the above quotation.
It is hard for me to conceive how the
people of those two townships should be
-o put out with the neglect of the
chaingang as to make them want to
quit Clarendon and go into Sumter
county. Those two townships were in
existence many years before the chain
gang was instituted, and this complaint
about tacking on to Sumter is only re
cent.. I cannot think this is the rea
son. if any real reason exists, for their
wanting to go to Sumter. The chain
gang is an easy thing to pile excuses
on. It has done and is doing some good
work in the county, such work as will
tell for years to come. and such work as
is impossible to make the road hands
do. It has been my purpose since I
have been in office and had largely the
control of the chaingang, to use it so as
to benefit the people in every section as
much as possible. The gang has been
in both Calvary and Fulton townships
in time past, although we did not have
a large force while in Fulton and I was
anxious to get them into another sec
tion where their services were heeded
more. There are still townships in the
county in which the chaingang has
never been. and it is my policy as much
as possible to use it so as ibenefit the
greatest number of people possible and
to work the worst roads first. The
roads in the two townships mentioned
will compare favorably with those of
any other townships, and if there are
any absolutely impassable roads in the
county at this time I do not know it.
I approve of some of Major Richard
son's suggestions, but one thing the
people should learn, and tha; is, that
the chaingang cannot be in,,.every sec
tion of the county at the same time, nor
can it do all of the work necessary upon
the roads. The gang now has machin
ery and improvements which we did
not have two years ago, and we are
doing more and better work. But this
chaingang is a big thing and cannot be
moved about rapidly. It must neces
sarily travel slowly, and it is my pur
pose to.give every section of the county
some of its benefits, after which it will
start around again, and thus treat every
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As people grow older the worries that
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If you have offensive pimples or erup
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[t is just as well to make the best of
everything when you can't help it, but
you can try to give a little assistance
Shot in His Left Leg.
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One whcse heart Is filled with God's
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York Hera ld.
No use to hunt tigers with
bird-shot.~ It doesn't hurt the
tiger any and it's awfully risky
Consumption is a tiger
among diseases. It is stealthy
-but once started it rapidly
eats up the flesh and destroys
the life. No use to go hunting
it with ordinary food and med
icine. That's orly bird-shot.
It still advances. Good heavy
charges of Scott's Emulsion
'ill stop the advance. The
lisease feels that.
Scott's Emulsion makes the
bod strong to resist. It
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nld sustains the strength until
the disease wears itself out.
Send for free sample.
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Economy is a good thing, but it is
poor policy.to set a hen on one egg to
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Notice of Disci.-ge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon County on the 14th day
of MaN, 1902, for letters of discharge
as'Administrator of the estate of Phillis
Pinewood, S. C., April 16, 1902.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon.
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
WHEREAS, LOU W. DINKINS
made suit to me to grant her
letters of administration of
the estate of and effects of Dr. W.
These are therefore to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of the said Dr.
W. E. Dinkins, deceased, that they
be and appear before me, in the
Court of Probate, to be held at Man
ning, on the 12th day of May,
next, after publication thereof, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, -if any they have, why the
said administration should not be
Given under my hand this 12th day
of April, A. D. 1902.
JAMES M. WLNDHAM,
36-'t] Judge of Probate.
A town lot measuring about one
acre, high and well located. For par
ticulars apply to
I am prepared to do general Land
Surveying, etc., in Clarendon county
and adjoining territory.*
Hava You a Plat of Your Land?
You may need one some day. I will
give careful attention to what work you
Address me at Sum merton, S. C.'
WILLIAM A. BURGESS.
Money to Lend.
Loa-ns made on Improved Real Es
tate. Interest at 7 per cent.
Time as long as wanted.
Apply to J1. A. WEINBERG,
Attorney at Law.
I am agent for Standard Paints.
It does not p~ay to let your houses and
implements get sha bby.
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Only those suffering
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3.. LThUSNLZ., ont Eagle, Tenn.
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"IHEAMh MOTH=~ MAKE KAPPY HOMES."
Write in confidence for free advice to
Z LADIES JIEALTH CLUB 4e U Ge-tle & C.,
- (hattaaoga Ten.
PRICE $1.00 A BOTTLE.
If your druggist; does not handle G. F. P. ask him to
send for it. otherwise send us your order and 81. and
we win supply you direct, expressage prepaid.
1. GERSTLE & CO., Chattanooga, Tenn.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store,
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop.
TO CONSUMERS OF
We are now in position to ship our
Beer all over the State at the following
Imperial Brew-Pints, at $1.10 per doz.
Kuffheiser-Pints, at......90c per doz.
Germania P. M.-Pints, at 90c per doz.
GERMAN MALT EX
A liquid Tonic and Food for Nursing
Mothers and Invalids. Brewed from
the highest grade of Barley Malt and
Imported Hops, at........$1.10 per doz.
For sale by all Dispensaries, or send
in your orders direct.
All orders-shall have our prompt and
Cash must accompany all orders.
T iI E
CERMANIA BREWING GO.,
SCharleston, S. C.
FIRE. LIFE, ACCIDENT &
A FULL LINE OF SAMPLES.
Carpets, Art -Squares,
RUGS, DRAPERIES & BED SETS.
Colored designs and samples of g ds.
Carpets sewed free and wadded linilg fUr
J. L. WILSON.
MONEY TO LOAN.
I am prepared to negotiate loans
on good real estate security, on rea
R. 0. PURDY,
Sumter, S. C.
come Th Exposition.
Every attention will be shown visit
ors and we especially invite the people
to visit our handsome store to inspect
our lines of
We handle no goods but those which
we can guarantee.
Our Tailoring Department is perhaps
the largest in the State and our tailors
are experienced workmen. -
A Suit made by us is sufficient war
rant to fit. Come to see us.
J. L DAVID &BRO.,
Cor. King and Wentworth Sts.,
CHARLESTON, - - S. C.
3-ply Roofing Paper. .75c per roll.
--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-h'. Paper............38c per roll.
30-lb. Paper. ............5c per roll.
All prices f.o.b. Charleston.
For direct shipments from factory in
lots of 2.5, 50 or 100 rolls, we can make
closer delivered prices.
[M1OLEN PORilAND CMNT GO.,
94-96 E. Bay St., CHlARL.ESTON1. S. C.
~and Surveying and ILeveling.
I will do Surveying, etc., in Claren
don and adjoining Counties.
Call at office or address at Sumter, S.
C. P. 0. Box 101.
JOHN R. HAYNESWORTH.
J A. WEINBERG,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
MANNNING. S. C.
R HAME & LESESNE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
MANNING. S. C.
ILSON & DURANT,
- inI-n,~eys 1nd( Co~unselIors of Law,
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 Goods.
All New Weaves and Colors.
21-inch Black Taffetas, guaranteed, at 89c.
Have you seen our Linen Embroidered Dots? They
are very chic and stylish.
New White Goods.
We are showing the largest line of Whife Goods in
town. Persian Lawns, in Black and White, Silk Mulls,
Batiste, Shirt Waist Linens, Organdie, Dimity, English
Nainsook, Checks and the Mercerized Goods.
PS 500 Ladies' Full Bleached Frenched Shaped Gauze
: Undervests, at 5c. -
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
Home of Stylish Footwear.
W.P0iM N O
OILS Write Us for Prices
Scales. __ _ _ _
jWILLAM M. BIRD & COi, CHARLESTON,
Costs Oaly 5 cents at Druggists, TETIGeas1.
Or m.ti 25 ceuts tO C. 4. MOFFETT, M. D., ST. LOUWS, MO.~
3ySS,iS.-Dn.c.3. Mo My Deerrusaee torod-ata: L61 h skaSgt
Money to Lend Dissolution.
)n improved farming lands. Terms: jThe firm of "John G. Slaughter,
s long as wanted; interest, 7 per cent Limited,'' was this day dissolved by
n large loans; 8 per cent on small jmutual consent.
oans. For particulars appl to JOHN G. SLAUGHTER.
LEE & MOISE, M. P. JORDAN.
Atorneys, JULA C. JORAN.