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LOUIS APPELT.,. Editor.
MANNING. S. C., MAY 28. 1902.
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Entere4at the Postomflee at Manning vas See
oud Class , atter.
THE SCHOOLS AT THE EXPOSITION.
For the past few months we
have made efforts to induce the
trustees to give the school chil
dren the opportunity of seeing
the great educational show-The
South Carolina Inter-State and
West Indian Exposition now
about to close in Charleston: in
this endeavor we met with an
opposition not at all creditable
to those engaged in their work
of obstruction, for to gratify a
personal spleen, the children
were the actual victims, but we
are glad that the influence of the
opposition did not extend to a
majority of the trustees. Some
who did not make arrangements
for their children were prevent
ed by a lack of means, but there
were others that exerted them
selves, because they realized the
great advantage the exposition
afforded. On Tuesday of last
week the children of the Pine
-Grove school together with a
tiumber of friends and the editor
of THE TIMES as their guest
went down, they were met at the
depot by Hon. George S. Legare
who supplied them with tickets
of admission to the exposition
grounds, and after seeing to se
curing quarters THE TIMES edi
tor had to leave the city to re
turn home. The Pine Grove
crowd enjoyed the stay in the
city, they not only visited the
exposition but they took in Sul
livan's Island and the Isle of
Palms and they returned home
Thursday morning. feeling un
der obligations to Capt. D. W.
Alderman and Hon. George S.
Legare for generous courtesies
On Wednesday the children of
the Panola school together with
friends went down. The writer
by invitation met the party at
Wilson's where their car which
was tendered free by Captain
Thomas Wilson, was attached to
the regular train. Miss Geiger
the teacher came down from Co
lumbia, and it was indeed an af
fecting scene to see two of the
boys conducting their teacher
from the train to the school car
and the demonstrations of love
from the children. Miss Geiger
received an ovation from her
scholars. As the guest of the
school we were honored with a
seat in the car and a more pleas
ent party we have never, travel
ed with. The children. many of
whom had never been out of the
sight of "mama" before, were
made to feel at home and there
was not the least thing to occur
to mar their joy: on nearing the
city at the sight of the exposi
tion buildings illuminated the
children went into ecstacys, and
on reaching Charleston Dr. Al
len Legare, met the party at the
depot, took them to a car, paid
their fares, and accompanied
them to the Ashley House on
Rutledge Ave., where they were
nicely entertained. The next
morning the writer called for the
children and took a number of
them out for a walk while Mr.
Shields Holladay was eating his
breakfast, and they had a long
walk too, seeing many sights of
interest, only to come back to
find him still enjoying his break
fast, but after some more delay,
and while the crowd of happy
young souls were getting ready.
Hon. Geo. S. Legare came to
the hotel and treated the party
to a ride down to the battery.
Never go to Charleston without
seeing the battery. The elegait
residences, the beautiful park,
the grand old ocean, Fort Sum
ter, Castle Pinckney, and a lot
of other sights of an educational
value was the delight of the
Panolaites. After sauntering
on the sea wall of the battery
where ships and steamboats were
seen for the first time by most of
the party we took a car for the
"Ivory City." Here again the
generosity of Mr. Legare was
exhibited, for every member of
the party was presented with a
Wagener Souvenir ticket. We
reached the grounds at 10 o'clock
and from the moment of our ar
rival until 10 o'clock that night
we were a steady going body of
sight-seers. The children saw
everything from the Cuban and.
Porto Rican building at the be
ginning to machinery hail at the
end. every building was visited
excepting the Woman's and that
was missed because the jam was
so great there we did not feel
justified in trying ' to take the~
children through it. At thej
Missouri exhibit, our party was
given some apples to eat which
was highly appreciated. Shields
Holladay and Charlie Brown got1
cut off from the party once, they
say it was an accident, but they
were easily found as there v-as
not another pair on the grounds
like them. Miss Mary Plowden
another one of the teachers
joined us on the grounds much
to the delight of the children
and the rest of the party, and
she staid with us throughout the'
Our time was so taken up with
did not take time to eat, and
when some of the party looked
at themselves in the mirrors in
a paint exhibit they got fright
ened and imagined that starva
tion had set in. Mr. Sam Grif
tin happened to strike another
glass and this made him look so
stout that he wondered what had
fattened him so quickly, and
some of the ladies thought when
they took in the stout irror
that their tightening parapher
nalia had broken loose and was
exposing their shapes as they
appear at home in mother hub
bards. We had pleasure and
protit combined, and the trus
tees of this school have time and
again expressed their gratifica
tion at carrying the children
The children had pointed out
to them Captain Wagener, the
biggest hearted man in the
State, the man who is not only
president of the exposition, but
by his grit and perseverance has
kept the thing a-going. We re
gard Captain Wagener a public
benefactor. the greatest honor
any man can achieve.
the children of Panola went
to Charleston and saw the world
under one fence: they saw all
nations of people: products from
all over the United States and the
West Indies and South America:
a government exhibit that the
world cannot better, and last but
not least, they saw fully tifty
thousand people, heard most
magnificent music, saw an earth
ly paradise, the sunken gardens
It was after 10 o'clock when
we boarded a packed car for the
lodging place, tired, worn out,
but happy and merry were they
when we bade them good-night.
The next morning by 5 o'clock
the party was up and marched
to the depot where. after some
delay in getting the tickets "val
idated," we boarded . the train
for home. The train consis -ed
of eleven coaches, ten of these
were so packed that people
could not find seats and they had
to stand in the aisles. When we
realized this condition we called
upon the railroad officials and
secured a car for our party which
we filled very comfortably much
to the envy of those ia the other
coaches who had to stand and
were not permitted to enter our
car. On reaching Wilsons the
Panola car was cut off and there
Miss Geiger and ourself had to
part company with our friends.
The children made the welkin
ring with their cheers and ex
pressions of gratitude to us and
we shall always look back to this
association as one of the pleas
antest in our career.
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It is a safe conclusion to reach
when you see a man active in
politics, and not a candidate he
has an ax to grind. As a rule
ie wants to defeat a man who
will not be a pliant tool. Keep
your eyes open and you will see
certain men driving their poison
ous daggers into the political
body of a man whose official re
cord they do not question, and
whose private character they
dare not attack. Why do these
men want this man killedY What
has he done that they should or
ganize themselves into bands,
hold secret conclaves,and employ
all manner of agencies to carry
out their hidden purposes? There
should be some reason for it.
Are these opponents scheming
t get control of our county af
fairs so that it will re-open the
county-paper shaving business?
Is it because the man they wish
to defeat has managed the affairs
of the county so that the specu
lators have lost their fat pick
The State Convention did rnot
go to the extremes that was an
ticipated by a great many, and
from the reported proceedings
everything went along smoothly.
The convention was made up lar
gely of candidates and aspirants.
Take it all in all, it was an un
contentious body. We doubt the
wisdom of having two sets of
canvasser-s going through the
State, but it is an untried ex
periment and we will have to
wait and see whether it will be
beneficial. In our opinion the
people are growing indifferent
about these meetings because
there are so many.
The convention has made a
few changes in the constitution
and the rules, and all candidates
for office will have to pledge
themselves to stand squarely
upon the platform adopted. So
far as this newspaper 1s con
cerned, it was pledged to sup
port the action of the convention
and it will do it. We contend
that no man has a right to pair
ticipate in the pr-imary who re
fses to do otherwise, and as
there are no special issues in the
coming campaign the matter of
selecting candidates resolves it
self into a selection of men. We
have no favorites among the
p-esent announced cardidates
for State offices, and the proba
bilitv is we shall have none until
we hlave heard them on the hust
ins. We shall select from
among the number what we con
sider the best material having an
ee single to fitness and merit.
m Tlhe Kind You Have Always Boughit
m Si n tyn . e
Senator TiUman's Sensational Reply.
EdiLor The Manning Times:
From accounts that are going the
rounds in some of the newspapers it.
appears that Senator Tillman has
again ereated a ilutter among some
people in some parts of the country,
hv his sens ational reply recently in the
'nited States Senate. to Republican
United States Senator McComas from
In the continued discussed question
in regard to the Philippines. McComas
like the most of the other greedy ana
avaricious Republicans, put in his mite
in an effort to minimise, and to justify
the cruel and inhumane treatment that
the American army has been. and still
are inflicting on a weak, simple and
basely betrayed people by the secret
connivance and approval of the gigantic
Republican party, a party gigantic ouly
in devilment. rascality and wrong do
ing generally. and a party that in
the past, delighted so much in clai
ing for themselves to be a party of hu
manity, friends of the down trodden
and the oppressed unto the uttermost
parts of the earth and to be a party of
"great moral ideas."
We have read Senator Tillman's
*Sensational renlv" to Senator Mc
Comas. and in doing so, we have found
nothing in the reply to justify the crea
tion of any unusual flutter among any
part of this country, or to create a flut
ter among any of the people of any
part of the country.
Senator Tillman's charge to Mc
Comas, that the Republicans had been
for sometime, and was still shutting off
the light in regard to the cruelties as
continually practiced by the American
soldiers on the people of the Philip
pines,-and that too by military authori
ty, secretly approved of by many Re
ublicans will be pretty strongly sus
tained. if people will take it upon them
selves to read and to note the revela
tions drawn out by the Congressional
committee of investigation, from sol
diers as witnesses, and who have serv
ed as soldiers in this cruel and unholy
What Senator Tillman said in regard
to the reconstruction period in this
State, and its devilish and humiliating
operations, is all true, and many of the
people are still living that can testify
to the truth as Senator Tillman has
told it, as also the truth and the dread
of horror that hangs over the house
hold of every white man in South Caro
lina, and it may be safely added, every
house-hold in this whole Southland.
Senator Tillman's remarks in regard
to the Confederate soldiers adopting a
mode of guerrilla warfare in the late
war for Southern Independence, had
they any idea that the lying and hypo
critical North was goihg to try and
force negro social equality on them
and theirs, need not be considered so
bioodcurdling. for tactics of this kind
was resorted to by the forefathers of
the Confederate soldiers in the war for
American Independence with England
from 1775 till 1783.
Principally by the tactics of guerrilla
warfare was not only the independence
of South Carolina secured, but in a
large measure the independence of the
whole thirteen colonies as well.
Senator Tillman was right again
when he said, "as Confederates we
cannot think it right to go into the
Philippines and desolate the islands
with tire and sword."
No, no Confederate soldier that still
remains true to principles, can for one
moment exult over and condone the
cruel and inhumane treatment of the
Philippine people by the soldiers who
are disgracing the uniform of the gov
ernment founded by the just and pat
riotic Washington. The Philippines
are fighting for the same principle that
the Confederate soldiers fought for,
and of course no true Confederate sol
dier can or will blame the Filipinos
for doing now what the Confederates
did forty years ago.
The Confederate soldiers that is still
living and their decendants is as true
today to the old flag and will fight as
hard in defence of its rigthts and honor
Ias any Republican yankee that is eter
nally'prating about the honor of the
flag and the necessity of..rascally ex
During Senator Tillman's "sensa
tional reply." it has been reported that
many of the Democratic members left
the Chamber and left him in the hands
of the Republicans.
This withdrawing on the part of
weak-kneeed Democrats did not in the
least deter or intimidate the invincible
Tillman, for he continued to strike
straight from the shoulder. and to
pour without stint his hot shot into the
If the withdrawal of the most of the
Democrats was intended as a rebuke
for Senator Tillman, they' have made a
mistake, for the rebuke with right
minded people of the South don't re
buke in the least.
We are quite sure that the people of
South Carolina at least that has any
patriotism about their make-up and
who has at heart the preservation of
the civilization of South Carolina. will
not condescend to think that the with
drawal from the Senate Chamber of
the Democrats during Senator "-Till
man's sensational reply" as a rebuke,
but will on the contrary endorse every
word uttered recently in the United
States Senate Chamber by Senator
Tilman and known as Senator Till
man's - sensational reply."
GEo. R. JTONES.
Davis Station. S. C.
One Minute Late.
It makes no difference whether you
Iwere one minute or one hour late. if
you misse-1 the train. Better get there
on time. Colds lead to coughs, coughs
to pneumonia and consumption; there
fore, it is all important to check a cold
before it reaches the lungs. Perry
Davis' Painkiller will positively break
a cold inside of twenty-four hours.
There is hut one Painkiller. Perry
Fix the Roads First.
Special to The Manning Times.
Your comments upon the proposed
improvements on courthous~e have been
read and approved. All that is neceM
sary to be done to the court;house is to
require the different oflicials to keep
their respectis e offices decent and the
sheriff to keep the corridor clean. U..p
stairs. if the sheriff would subpoena ill
those persons whose names appear
upon the walls and provide them with
white wash brushes and scouring brush
es a great deal could be done for the
cause of decency.
What you say about the roads is even
more to the point. I was over the new
road from Summerton to Manning on
yesterday. Put two hundred dollars
on that road now and it would he a line
road. It may be done for less. There
are only three or four real bad places.
These if worked judiciously would
make it in the worse weather a splen
did road. These places however can
not stand log carts. Log carts should
be ab.;olutely prohibited upion piublic
roads anyhow, and particularly upon
these little narrow embankments. If
lumber imen must use the public roads
for their business they should be com
pelled to use wagons.
I heard thme other day a certain man
man was goingi to run for- county super
visr. I hope he will. X.
a mnm'rtom. S. C.. May 24. 1902.
Wants Others to Know.
- I have used DeWitt's Little Early
Ri.rs for constip~ation and torpid liver
ad they are all right. I am glad to
ndose them for I think when we find
a oood thing we ought to let others
know~ it. writes Alfred Heinze, Quin
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ue, safe pill:. The R. B. Loryea
It is Claimed That He is a Reproach to the
Democratic Party-Democratic Press
Sometime ago The American ex
pressed its opinion of Senator Tillman
in language which called forth indig
nant protests from some of the long
primer brethern who feel that Benja
min is a gentleman and a statesman.
It would be easy to prove. if proof were
necessary, that he is neither. That he
is a reproach to the Democratic party
is a generally recognized fact. Demo
cratic Senators showed their estimate
of him when they left the Sen
ate chamber when he arose to speak,
and then returned, almost in a body
after he had finished. It was a cutting
rebuke which would have humiliated i
any man of decent sensibilities, but if
Tillman felt the humiliation he did not
The incident has been the subject of
wide comment. One Democratic Sen
ator is quoted as saying to a Republican
Senator: "On your honor as a Senator
and a gentleman, I want you to tell me
how much you paid Tillman to make
that speech'." This was said in jest,
but it indicated the estimate which
Democrats put on the speech, which
disgusted Democrats and delighted
Republicans. The speech as it appears
in The Record is Tillmanesque to the
last degree. Leading Republican pa
pers, realizing its value as a Republi
can campaign document, have taken
pains to print it in full. It was drawn
from Tillman by a speech of Senator
.McComas of Maryland, and when he
arose to speak the Democrats knowing
he would make a fool of himself and in
jure their cause sought to show their
disapproval and repudiation of it by
rising and retiring, with one or two
exceptions. Tillman discussed him
self, South Carolina, the South, the
negro and the Philippines, with his
usual coarseness and bravado. Demo
cratic Senators had been denouncing
the cruel treatment of Filipinos, and
the employment of the water cure.
Tillman said: "We have not had any
water cures in the South on the ne
groes, but one Senator said the other
day something about the sand cure. I
say, from my knowledge of the situa
tion, that when we get readly to put a
negro's head in the sand we put his
body there, too.", This amused the
Republicans, while it angered the
Democrats. who felt that it took the
salt from the tears shed over the treat
ment of the poor Filipino, who is shoot
ing at the American flag.--Nashville
The Baltimore Sun, a straight-laced
Democratic paper, says of Tillman's
"No sooner do the Democrats prepare
a broth than Mr. Tillman does his level
best to spoil it. In this respect he is.
simply incorrigible-the enfant terri
ble of the Senate. Now, Mr. Tillman
is at it again, playing those old tricks
which drive his Democratic colleagues
to despair. On Wednesday he was
baited and badgered by a Republican
Senator. Instead of listening in silence
when the tattered old 'bloody shirt'
was waived in his face he fell at once
into the trap. He answered the accu
sations and taunts of his tormentor with
a speech at least 20 years behind the
times-a speech which was neither
wise, pertinent nor politic. Mr. Till
man is old enough to know better. He
has been in the Senate long enough to
learn the elementary principle of the
game of politics, namely, never do what
your opponents want you to do. Un
fortunately, the South Carolina Sena
tor is too'obliging when his political
foes want campaign material. He is a
big-hearted, generous statesman, who
cannot bear to see his opponents suffer.
So on Wednesday he opened the maga
zines of his oratory and gave his ene
mies a plentiful supply of ammunition
for use in those benighted regions
where sectional feeling still exists.
Mr. Tillman's Democratic colleagues in
the Senate expressed their disgust at
his reckless generosity by leaving the
Senate chamber in a body when he be
gan to dispense his gifts. They inten
ded to administer a rebuke to him
which would make him writhe. At last
accounts Mr. Tillman was not writhing.
He is still in the oratorical ring, pre
pared at a moment's notice to fill the
Republican campaign book of 1902 with
the most lurid material. The political
foes in the Senate of the South Caro
lina Senator ought to have the most
kindly feeling for him. He plays their
game to perfection. It will be a sad
day for them when he retires to the
shades of private life."
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tmrad the second representeda
whnoeare drughouse in the west.
These two men, while going through
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'PHONE NO. 2. - MANNING, S. C.
Scholarship and Entrance Examina.
The examInations for the award of vacant
ademissio f n"e tuets will b heldah
County Court House on Friday, July 11th, at 9
Applicants must not be less than fifteen years
Whn sholarships are vcte ater July
For further information an a catalogue, a
dress President D. B. JOHNSON,.
I am prepared to do general Land
Surveying, etc., in Clarendon county
and adjoining territory.
Have You a Plat of Your Land?
You may need one some day. I will
give careful attention to what work you
Address me at Summerton, S. C.
WILLIAM A. BURGESS.
IBlS 18 HOUSE G[F1NN lIME.
Our festive friend who travels by
night, and although having no wings at
all, never fails to arrive on schedule
time, will soon be abroad in the land.
His attentions are very marked to those
Housekeepers should prepare a very
warm reception for Mr. Bug. Call at
your drug store for the proper bath for
him. Your druggist will advise you
how to "DO" him. Pack up your win
ter clothes with T-ar Balls.
Ebame's :Drug Store.
Charleston, S. C.
GAGER'S White. Lime
Has no equal for quality, strength and
Cooperage. Packed in Heavy Cooper
age and Standard Cooperage.
Also dealers in Portland Cement,
Rosendale Cement,Fire Brick, Rooting
Papers, Terra Cotta Pipe, etc.
A town lot measuring about one
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The County Commissioners are con
sidering the question of enlargin, and
making some much-needed improve
ments to the court house. They will
meet at their office on Friday, June 6th,
and invite bids with plans and specifi
cations for doing the following work:
1. Making an addition of 25 feet, two
stories high, to the back of court house,
said addition to contain two petit jury
rooms and one judges' room up stairs;
lower portion to contain one grand jury
room and one office, with passage run
ning through as lower floor of court
house is now arranged: a staircase is
to run from upper floor down into grand
2. Placing chair boarding around on
inside of all county offices and court
3. Raising floor of court room back
towards door and placing in benches
with backs to same.
4. Painting entire court house.
The Commissioners reserve the right
to reject any and all bids.
By order County Board.
T. C. OWENS,
Attest: County Supervisor.
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ion and I guarantee-all work
entrusted to me.
Come to see me.
Earnest A. Bultman,
SUtlTfR, S. C.
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...81.10 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.
CERMANIA BREWING 00.,
Charlestoni, S. C.
ConmeTO Exp oiin.
Every attention will be shown V'isit
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 ouarantee.
Our f'ailoring Department is perhaps
the largest in the State and our tailors
are experienced workmen.
A Suit made by us is sufficient wvar
rant to lit. Come to see us.
i. L DA VID & BRO.,
Cor. King and Wentworth Sts..
CHARLESTON, - - S. C.
land Surveying and Leveling.
I will do Surveying, etc.. in Claren
don and adjoining Couuties.
Call at office or address at Sumter, S.
C. P. O. Boxl101.
JOHN R. HAYNESWORTH.
ATTORNEY AT LAw,
MANNNING, S. C.
JOS. F. RHAME. J. H. L.ESESNE.
R HAME & LESESNE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
J. S. WILSON. W. (. DURANT
WILSON & DURANT,
Al!hrneys and Couniselors~ o! /.Jnf,
MANNING, S. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
DR. J. FRANK GEIGER,
MANNING, S. C.
And have a few good Farm Horses and Mules on hand to dispose
of at close figures.
Also a lot of One and Two-Horse Wagons-the genuine old
Yes, we have the best line of BUGGIES on the market for
yon to select from. Try one and be convinced.
MOWERS, (the best yet.)
O sorne SELF-DU11P RAKES,
DISC HARROWS & Cultivators.
All of which will give satisfaction and save time as well as
COME TO SEE US.
W. P. HAWKINS & CO.
A GRAND-. OPENING
Of Spring Clothing, Hats
and furnishing Goods,
You will find here the. very newest
and up-to-date Suits, Furnishing Goods
S We make a specialty of Extra Size,
Stout and Slim Suits.
yOn receipt of your letter we will send'
you swatches of Suits, if you are inter
ested in any.
In our Tailor Department we have
Over 500 Samples
for you to select your Suit or extra
_ Pants from.
oSuits made to your measure from $15
to$3". Pants from$-3to $12
H. BROWN'S cEM
224 KING ST., Opp. Academy of Music,
C" A ELI..EST lCT, - - S. C.
All mail orders promptly attended to by a special salesman.
CIROLINA PORTLND CENT C03.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Scle Sell-Lng .AgentB
Fire Brick, Fire Tile, Arch
Brick, Bull-Head and
All Special Tiles.
ALSO FINEST PREPARED FIRE CLAY.
Carload Lots. Less Than Carload Lots.
FacSunite Signature of
~C~ CP F RPPR ASTORIA
Always Boleafug tu
~$6.INGP MT hirt Yoes Srteas
.ZCBCNov. 26.12900 -Ia rtad asd by ou aiy .a nCalso o us AETI.
*"y ut HAIITwELL M. AYER, (Manager Daily Times and Weekly Times-Messenger.)
Th e E L. S. LIcsryea Dru.g Stcre
Money to Lend Molney to Lend.
On improved farming lands. Termne:
as long as wanted: intercet t7 oper enlta .n made on Improved Real Es
loans. For particulars apply to Time as long as wanted.
LEA&ttorneys, Apply to J. A. WVEINBERG,
Sut.. c.e Attorney at Law.