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In last week's issue of The
Farmer appeared an editorial in
which I used language that Mr.
Appelt construes as a personal
attack and has taken offense at.
It has led totunpleasant corres
pondence and came near result
ing in a personal encounter be
tween Mr. Appelt and myself.
I have submitted the article to
some of my friends and they
consider that I used harsh and
personal language which was
unwarranted. Whereupon I take
this my first opportunity to state
that I did not intend it as a per
sonal attack, but was dealing
with a matter of politics and
that it was legitimate criticism
of a matter of public interest as
I saw it.
E. J. BRoWNE.
The above is self-explanatory,
and the unpleasant difference be
tween Mr. Browne and myself
has been satisfactorily adjusted.
CAMPAIGN ROT AND NEEDLESS CAN
The people might as well pre
pare themselves to hear almost
anything in the coming cam
paign, from the most incredible
yarn, to the most ingeniously
manufactured lie, having just
enough truth mixed with it, to
make it plausible and damaging.
We are doing our best to keep
our eye open on the door of the
factories manufacturing cam
paign missles of destruction, and
whenever we can discover them
as the are sent out we shall en
deavor to tear away the veil of
mystery and expose it to the
We are informed that for the
purpose of creating a suspicion,
there has been put into circula
tion a report to the effect that a
gold watch was presented to us
by Capt. Thomas Wilson, there
is truth enough in this statement
to make it the meanest of false
hoods. The circulator of the
report does not tell the whole
truth but endeavors to make the
impression that the watch was
-given to us with an impure mo
tive--for the purpose of control
ling our vote in the Senate.
The facts are as follows: Capt.
Wilson came to this county many
years ago prospecting for a site
to locate, we were among his
first acquaintances, and render
ed him all the aid we could. He
later located and became a val
-uable citizen of the county, and
we are proud to have his friend
ship: we have nothing whatever
to hide about his giving us a
watch-there is absolutely no
secret about it, and when it was
presented we took much pride in
showing it to our friends. The
watch was given to us before we
had any idea of becoming a mem
ber of the Senate, and while we
were still in the office of Judge
of Probate. It is hardly proba
ble that Captain Wilson would
have any selfish motive in pre
senting a gold watch to the
Judge of Probate, because that
official could not help him as
such, in his business schemes,
in this life.
Captain Wilson is regarded an
honorable man and his personal
friendship is to be prized by any
man: the token of his esteem
for us will be handed down in
our family as an heir loom
money cannot buy it, so highly
do we cher'sh it. Now, if the
circulators of the "gord watch"
report, will face Capt. Thomas
Wilson and intimate that he
made " Appelt a present of a
gold watch for the purpose of
controlling his vote in the Sen
ate." knowing the man as we
do, it will take him but a few
minutes to demonstrate how a
sturdy Scotchman can stamp) out
a dirty lie.
There is no need to sneak
about whispering that " Appelt
was given a gold watch by Capt.
Wilson." those who have not
seen thc watch can do so for the
siple asking: we have been
wearig it every- day since it was
given to us, and before we went
to the Senate. too. We care not
what slanderers think, the
fr-iendshmip of men like Thomas
Wilson is more dear to us than
would be a regimnent of campa ign
Then there is another yarn to
the effect that (iapt. Thomas
Wilson is working2 for Appeit,
and say "ta ~r Conserva
tive mut 't for apet be
W~e have\- nmo V:en Wio in
Clarend.on lately. He i- a very
busy mnan, and'~ i-s -s.ldom i athis1
county, and whe hei does come,1
it is on his rai lroad and on his
personal business with no0 time
to bothler with polities. 13e is a
larg~e property ownerI in (laren
don. but not a voter here. He
votes in Williamnsburg. when he
gets a chauce to vCote, wic is(
very seldom, as lie is out of the.
State ve'ry frequently;- if he did
.a~ ai ;ntres imarmdo noli.
Les he would likely give us his !I
;upport --we should feel disap- t
uointed. did he not. Those who a
2ow Captain Wi son regard him t
a Very shr1ewd. pudent and dis- t
eret m2an, and not the man to 1
iake rem arks calculated to give'(
people a chance to make politi- 1
cal capital, especially rem arks
calculated to arouse iactional t
prejudices: because. while al
ways a conservative eli gave his i
influence towarlds restormg l
peace along the white people of 1
this State. and in Williamsburg i
-ounitx recently. hie wals called
tan h Refurmers and Conser
vati:es to become a candidate I
for the State Senate. and he dc
elined and urged the re-election i
of Senator Williams a Reformer,
a true and faithful public ser- 1
We doubt exceedingly if Capt. t
Wilson has given any expression i
on Clarendon politics, other
than, in the course of conversa- I
tion he might have said that he
hoped "Appelt would win," like t
expressions we have heard of \
from many other friends, but as t
for the remark attributed to him
we do not believe any such rot.
We should like for the man i
who claims to have heard Capt. i
Wilson say, anywhere, or at any
time, "that every Conservative
must vote for Appelt, because I
that will kill Tillman." come out f
in the columns of THE TIMES t
over his signature making that t
assertion. and we believe there r
will come an immediate reply. f
Providing the party makes his N
declaration in time for Captain c
Wilson to reply through the t
same channel before the prima
rv. We feel so satisfied that, if t
Captain Wilson would like to
see us return to the State Sen
ate, he would not furnish our I
political opponents capital which
might be used to inflame preju- c
dices, especially among some
who have not the opportunity to
understand the situation. Then
there are several other little re- 1
ports in circulation, which we r
have not exactly learned the
purport of, but as soon as we i
get them in some intelligible 1
shape, we will assist our ene
mies by giving circulation to f
them in these columns, provid- t
ing the same can be published: I
therefore there is absolutely no t
need for secrecy or mystery.
We do not intend to start or cir- t
culate reports against any man 2
running for an office, whether he
be an opponent or not: it is not t
our way of of conducting a cam
paign, if we cannot be elected
upon our individual merit, then i
we shall stand aside, because if
we are not the choice of the peo- 1
pe then we do not want to rem- 1
We are not going about can-1
vassing the county, nor have wei
men engaged in the business off
circulating reports. If there is I
a solitary man endeavoring to 1
inluence votes for us, he is do- 1
ing it without pay and of his
on frece will. We take it for 1
granted that the people know 1
us, and also those who are op- 1
osing us, and they are not to
>e fooled by deceiving tactics.
It is a know fact, that every
thing under the sun that can be
brought into action to encompass
our defeat will be .resortcd to, Iy
and we think the people under
stand this condition. Those who
do not wish us elected are at
liberty to manufacture, distort,
and circulate any statement theyI
please, we have an abiding faith
in the judgment of the people
and upon that judgment we rely.
Some of our friends and sup-a
porters are anxious that we fol
low the example of our oppo
nents by riding around the coun
try electioneering; they, think
ing that our adversar-ies have a
great advantage by doing so.
We differ; the people know full
well the object of a candidate's
visit, and we cannot see how we
can make ourself any better
known by going from house toe
house professing a deep interest
in the welfare of those we visit,
and especially solicitous for thev
health of the wives and babies, t
the crop and the cow; when we I'
are there simply and solely for
votes. If we felt so deeply in-a
terested, we would take the timef
from our business and go to see
these people when we are not a
candidate for office, we wouldt
not wait to become a candidate
to inquire about the number of ~
chickens Aunt Mollie raised and
how Uncle John's carbuncle was
getting on. claiming kin with I
people we do not recognize at
other times! If we were so so
licitous and clever-, we would 1
not wait to become a candidatei
to ride over the countr-y treating~
to the cheapest b::and of che
roots. We do not give theset
thoughts as charges against our
opponents, we are simply speak.
ing in a general way of the hiab -
its of that cr-eature called a caii-r
We may be mistaken in our
ideas of how a candidate for the
hizh onfice of Senator,. shoulde
conduct his campaign. It is all(
very well when his friends call
uo him or lie happens to meet I
them, to discuss the political sit- I
ation in ani open and sincere
manner: in this way lie often
finds ut the wanits of the peo
pe but we do not see any good
in riding the county in advanceI
of the campaign mieetings. If the
p)urpoe is to pledge the people
T1! ere ., ni:&re e;:t'rrh ma t ins ,-'ction of the
m~tvta l ter disealses put to:'ether
na u -th at2 e -yars was supposed to be
iebleFor a ir-at many year- docetors pr
'unc' d lcal d~-ea-e. and p'tecerihed local
n e-" nd by const:ant:y failminn to cure with ,
' real tr aunt. pronoutlc-d it inecural'. sciene
ia, proven ciatrh to be. a cons-t itutionial ds
-ase.an teeore' requires contiitutional tic:t
me:: Ha : ctrrh c'ure. unaufactured b
1... ah xer &('o.. Toledo. Oh1o. is theC 0n-.
ntttio:~a euttre on thettmarktet. It istaken
tenlei ose- from: 1o drops to a tea'-poon
1: It c, directly' oni 'he blood and muncous
ces of te y Item They :erone hun
n advance of the meetings, then
he meetings are a waste of time
.nd a farce. What good can
hey accomplish? The object of
he meetings, is to give the peo
)le an opportunity to judge of a
-andidat/s qualifications. es
leeially if he has no public re
ord, and if he has one, to hear
hat record successfully assailed
>r maintained. The Democratic
>arty never intended to bind
oters, but for them to go to the
)rimary and vote like free white
nen, for who they please.
The only advantage any can
lidate who is known to all tiie
)eople can obtain by riding
tround, is to get some good feed
ng for himself and horse with
>ut it costing him any money.
)ut that does not help the man he
:isits, and it puts the housewife
:o extra trouble and sometimes
nconvenience, for a candidate to
isit them: then after he is de
eated make sport of things,
aid and done, in the family, or
he way the lady keeps house:
ve have heard men after par
aking of hospitality, make all
;orts of remarks about what they
;aw at different places they vis
ted, what was said by the old
nan to his wife, mocking the
vay he said it, and her reply,
chat children did etc., and we
lave no doubt, but these same
ellows were awful nice while
hey were partaking of the best
he people could afford; we have
to doubt but that some of these
ellows offered to hold the baby
vhile the old lady milked the
ow, and the old man went out
o chop wood to cook supper.
fe know of an instance where
wo candidates put up at a
-oter's house, and the family
vere good pious people; the
lead of the house when all were
eated at the table, called upon
ne of the candidates to repeat
verse in the Bible, the candi
ate wore a long pious face, but
Then the request came he not
>eing well versed in the Bible,
nanaged to stammer out "Jesus
rept," the other candidate think
ng his turn was next, broke
oose with "He sure did." Both
>f those candidates would have
ared better in the estimation of
he good man, had they asked to
)e excused and acknowledged
heir ignorance, but no, they
;anted to make the man believe,
hey like himself, were pious
A man fit to be a representa
ive of a brave and an intelli
gent people-a man who is run
iing for an office of honor, there
s absolutely no need to ride
bout canvassing for votes,
>othering people, busy at work.
iowever this is a matter of taste:
f the candidate is known, the
>eople have the intelligence and
ndependence to vote as they see
it, and if the candidate is un
mown, then he has no business
rying to be a representative of
he people. If there is a public
~athering there is no improprie
y in a candidate being present,
>ut we see no need for house to
Saves a Woman's ILife.
To have given up would have mnant
eath for Mrs. Lois Cragg of Dorches
er Mass. For years she had endured
mtold misery from a severe lung trou
>e and obstinate cough. "Often," she
crites. "I could scarcely breathe and
ometimes could not speak. All doc
ors and remedies could not speak. All
octors and remedies failed till I used
)r. King's New Discovery for C'orn
umption and was completely cured."
ufferers from coughs, colds, throat and
ung trouble need this grand remedy,
or it never disappoints. Cure is guar
.nteed by The R. B. Loryea Drug
Card from Mr. Legare.
'o the Editor of THE MANNING TIMES,
Manning, S. C.
DEAR SIR:-I understand that some
f 31r. Bacot's friends feel offended be
ause I criticised Mr. Bacot's record in
a speech at Mlanning on Tuesday last,
nd they also claim it was undignified
or a man of my years to call Mr. Ba
ot by his first name. I take the lib
rty therefore of using your columns to
av'that as to the last named matter,-I
td no intention of treating Mr. Bacot
eith indignity, and that on the con
rary Mr. Bacot and myself have always
ailed each other by the first name.
have spoken to him and addressed
im as " Tom " for a great many years,
.nd he has always treated me with like
amiliarity: we have always been
riends and are friends today, and I do'
tot hesitate to say that his friends have
ntirely misconstrued my meaning. As
o Mr. Bacot's record, I think the peo-I
le of Clarendon who were at the meet
ng will bear me out in saying I made
to personal attack on Mr. Bacov. A
an's private character is his private
>roperty and should never be assailed:
tis public record, however, is public
>roperty, and I feel that it is open at
.11 times to criticism. I would not have
-riticised his record, even though it is
ublie property, had it not been for the
act that Mr. Bacot himself placed his
'ecord in evidence by standing upon
is ten years' record as a member of
he House of Representatives, asking
o be sent higher for the work he had
one there: it wvas simply my: intention
read the record showing 1:ow he had
-oted at. the last session of the Legis
ature, believing as I did, from the
'ecord, that he was in favo:: of trusts,
nd knowving that the people of this
ate. like myself. are cpposed to
rusts. etc. As to the tlag incident, I
ever for an instant had any intention
f charging himi with disloyalty to the
:onfedracy: my sole purpose was to
hov that his attempt to change the
olor of the State flag was, in my humi
le judgment. thoughtless and useless:
he overwhelming vote of the members
f the Legislature against the bill
chieh he introduced convinces mie that
am right in saying that it was a
houghtless thing to do.
Mv fr'iends in Clarendon county are.
know, loyal to me, and understand my
ssay "Consumption ean be cure."
Naturealone won't do it. Itneeds!
help. Doctors say
i the best help." But you niust
continue its use even in hot g
cu have not tried it. send for free sample.
40C9-41 er Street,, ew York
soc. and $xLoo: all druggist.
l;osition in the matter clearly, but
wish to go through this campaign wit]
cut giving ofience to any one, especial]
to those gentlemen who are consciei
t ioi.sly espousing Mr. Bacot's causi
,.nd it having come to my ears tht
some -of them have taken offence
what they term "my heaping an il
dignity upon their candidate" I fee
that it is due them that I make myse
understood in t.his way. I meant r
offence to any one. nor did I have ar
intention of injuring Mr. Bacot mal
ciously; my sole purpose was to brie
plainly before the people the recot
which he was standing upon.
I know that Mr. Bacot has a numb(
of the best people of Clarendon su)
porting him; he has a perfect right 1
i-tin for the office, and they have a pe
fec t right to espouse his cause, and
would prefer to retire from the ra<
than intentionally or unintentional]
iujure their feelings in any way.
have always felt that the public recori
which a man makes for himself, belong
to the public, and that his future is 1
be judged by his past: and I want
understood by my friends and Mr. B;
cot's friends, as well, that I have n<
yet, nor will I ever charge Mr. Bac<
or any other gentleman who should o
pose me at any time with doing a wil
ful wrong: my belief was that his mi
tives and ideas were pure and that b
had acted conscientiously at the time
but that his views, however consciei
tious and honest they may be, differe
with the views of the people whom b
wished to represent, and I thought, an
still think, that I have a perfect rigs
to show, by his votes in the Legislatur<
that he entertained such views.
Will you kindly, Mr. Editor, publis
the above, in order that Mr. Bacot an
his friends may understand that I di
not intend, in any way, to strike belo
the belt, or deal unfairly with him c
Very truly yours,
GEO. S. LEGARE.
Need More Help.
Often the over-taxed organs of dige
tion cry out for help by dyspepsia
pains, nausea, dizziness, beadache:
liver complaints, bowel disorders. Suc
troubles call for prompt use of D1
King's New Life Pills. They are gee
tie, thorough and guaranteed to cur<
25c at The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
We of this section honor and esteei
our fellow citizen S. P. Holladay, wh
has always been true under every cis
cumstance to the Democracy of ou
county: therefore beg to submit to th
voters of Clarendon a few of his claim
for their consideration.
Mr. Holladay is certainly a publit
spirited man and has done much for th
Democracy of Clarendon; in fact ther
are few, if any, such at all that has
manifested more interest in its cause
He was appointed Supervisor of Regi
tration in the trying times of 188"
when it took one of judgment and nerc
to fill said office, by Governor Thom]
son: reappointed by the late Gove:
nor Richardson. His services were s
entirely acceptable to our people thi
he was again reappointed by Governs
Tillman, which office he filled to tl
best interest of the people until or
new constitution changed the office to
board of three. These services wi
long be remembered by those tht
know, with a feeling of appreciatic
Our fellowv citizen has alwvays show
the greatest interest in our great inst
tution, the public schools. He is no
one of the trustees and patrons of th
Panola school. The academy is siti
ated on a beautiful emirrence of an acri
shaded by large oaks. This situatic
was donated to the State by Mr. Holli
day and family, they making title i
same for free school purposes. He als
took a prominent part in the buildin
of the academy which was done by pr
vate enterprises. Again would say thi
he has been secretary of our Dem<
cratic club from its organization, an
from exertions peculiar to himself hi
been able to keep up a larger membe:
ship instilling interest into the men
bers. perhaps more than any othe
man'of the club could have done. Bc
lieve I am safe in saying that he hi
been a delegate from his club to ever
county convention that has been ha
since '"76. These are consideratior
more particularly for the~ young an
late ones among us to give thought.
Panola, S. C., July 8, 1902.
IN THE PURCHASE OF
Paints, Oils &
Great care should be exercised that we are nc
"Penny Wise and Pound Foolish." In suppl:
ig your wants for Paints it is
Not now Cheap, But 11ow Good.
Many coi~siderations must be observed whe
you obtain Paints:
WILL I'2 STAY PAINTED?
WILL IT BE DURABLE?
WILL ITs RESIST EXPOSURE?
WILL IT RETAIN ITS COLOR?
WILL IT PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY?
For if it does not possess these requisites yoi
labor and money are spent in vain.
For many years we have had the pleasure <
supplying the people of Manning. Clarendc
and adjoir. ing counties with PAINTS, OIL!
WHITE LEAD. and
LONUMAN & flARTINE3
We have sold thousands of gallons of Painl
and Oil and in all that time we have never ha
occasion to entertain a claim. General satt
faction has been given and we have receive
the mced of praise.
Many paints are put on thec market: the
have their "little day and soon pass as a ta.
that is told." but
Longman- & Martinez
Stand like a monument of strength. beauty art
durability and age only enhances and solidific
The reputation of a Paint is not created in
day: tinme tests all things and time tests ti
value of Paints.
LONGMAN & MARTINEZ
By strict methods. by non-adulteration, by on]
using tirst grade products in the production
their Paints enjoy the patronage of the peop'
from South Carolina to California. Our ne
p~ossssions use their Paints.
We Have the Largest Paint Department
North of Charleston and supply your evei
need. We carry constantly in stock:
PURE HARD OIL FINISHE!
And everything pertaining to the needs of ti
householder and the painter.
We point with pardonable pride to the mar
hnndsome churches. dwellings and stores pain
LONMAN & f1ARTINES
Paints that stay painted.
Information furnished in person and by lette
Before placing your orders for Paints it wi
be greatly to your advantage to obtain price
etc.. from us.
In Paint we simply lead: others follow.
"imitation is the sincerest flattery."
IBE R. B. LORYF IRII SIhRI
ISAAC M2 LORYEA, Proprietor,
Sig~n or the
- MANNINC, S. C.
How Tropical Fruits Are Protected.
It may have struck you that most
S tropical fruits have thick or hard or
nauseous rinds, which need to be torn
;t off before the monkeys or birds for
t whose use they are intended can get at
i- them and eat them. Our northern
' stra wberries, raspberries, currants and
if whortleberries, developed with a sin
0 gle eye to the pretty robins and finches
of temperate climes, can be popped
into the mouth whole and eaten as
d they stand. They are meant for small
birds to devour and to disperse the
,r tiny undigested, nutlike seeds in return
)- for the bribe of the soft pulp that sur
0 rounds them. But it is quite otherwise
with oranges, shaddocks, bananas,
e plantains, mangoes and pineapples.
Those great tropical fruits can only be
eaten properly after stripping of' the
, hard and often acrid rind that guards
s and preserves them.
o They lay themselves out for disper
it sion by monkeys, toucans and other
L relatively large and powerful fruit eat
>t ers, and the rind is put there as a bar- r
>t rier against small thieves who would
rob the sweet pulp, but be absolutely
Incapable of carrying away and dis
e persing the large and richly stored
, seeds it covers.-Cornhill Magazine.
d Carry enough sunlight In your life to
last through the dark days.-School
r hose and poor look
ing harness is the
worst kind of a comn
not only makes the harness and the
borse look better. but makes the
S leather soft and pliable, puts it in con
d ilon tols-tiea long'
as it ordinarily would.
s old er hbee ia ne-an
s Like Giants HE Field!
Preventing, Retarding and Vanquishing the at
CHILLS AND FEVER.
WHEELER'S TONIC J
Is simply a "Survival of the Fittest." Many
o chill and fLver tonics have their day and vanish
into oblivion as "a tale that is told," but
r Continues to be the ultima thule of
a Chill and Fever Tonics,
[ And has become by its great merits a household
necessity in thousands of homes.
By using that sovereign Remedy.
e Time tests all things and time has tested the
SThe A. U. Loryea Druft Store,.
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop.
S Slgn ok' the Golden Mortar,
t 'PHONE NO. 2. - MANNING, S. C.
rSPARTANBURO, S. C.
H. N. SNYDE~R, M. A., President.
Full College Courses. Favorable surround
Y ings. The best influences.
d Necessary expenses from $160 to $175 for the
Syear. For catalogue or other mnformation, ap
pl J. A. 'OAMEWELL, Secretary.
SPARTANBURG, S. C.
Elegant new building. Careful attention to
individual student. Board and tuition for year.
$110. All information given b .Dy RE
1HIS 13 HOGSE GlINI IM.
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.
SHis attentions are very marked to those
Horsekeepers should prepare a very .
warm reception for Mr. Bug. Call at
n 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 Tar Balls.
Rhame's Dru.g Store.
Money to Loan.
WILSON & DnEANT. ,
A GREAT DAY
JIY 24, 1902.
On the night of July 23rd the PEOPLE'S
TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY will
ender a Reception to the Tobacco Growers
>f Clarendon and adjoining Counties, and on
the following day, July 24th, will hold their
>pening Sales. At the reception
ReIreslMellis WW Be Sevu Free
TO ALL TOBACCO G'ROWERS
who attend, and they will also be addressed
by some of the business men of the town and
ilso by other speakers of the County.
Of course the People's Warehouse is open
ow and is having big sales every day, but we
want the 24th of July to be a
Great Day for Manning
is there will be tobacco buyers from all the
geat markets of the country, and we want
Wanning to show up well. So come one and
all and bring a big load of good Tobacco and
we will insure you good prices and an en
Night of July 23rd and
All Day July 24th . . . 0
Peole' Toac Warelius Co.,
R. D. CLARK, Manager.
A GRAND OPENING
Of Fpr'i 'othing Fats
and Furnishing Gods.
You will find here the very newest
and up-to-date Suits, Furnishing Goods
- L.)and Hats.
We make a specialty of Extra Size,
Stout and Slim Suits.
On 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
Suits made to your measure from S'
to $50. Pants from $3 to $12.
H. BROWN' HOU SE
224 KING ST., Opp. Academy of Music,
C'E AE.TL3ESTO1%T, - - S- C
All mail orders promptly attended to by a special salesman.
JAROLINA PORTLAND CEMENT CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Sole Selling AgeNts
Fire Brick, Fire Tile, Arch
Brick, Bull-Head and
All Special Tiles.
ALSO FINEST PREPARED FIRE CLAY.
Jarload Lots. Less Than Carload Lots.
Watches and Jewelry.
1 want my friends and the pnblie ,enerally to know tiat when in :: i ,f a
Wedding, Birthday or Christmas Present,
:at in the fntnre, as well as the past, I an: prepared to supply th-n. .\y line of
watches Clocks Sterling Silyer Diamonds Jewelry Cut Glass
Fine China Wedgewood Spectacles and Eye Glasses
s complete, and it will afford me pieanure to show therm.
Special and prompt attention given to all Re pairing ru 1in1^r
tprices to snit the times%.
atc Inspector . .W. FO~L SOMI "S.C.R
OLEMAN-WAQENER HARDWARE CO.,
(SUCCESSOR TO C. P. POPPENH!-:Di.)
363 KING STREET, - CHARLESTCN, . .
Shelf Hardware a Specialty.
Buckeye Mowers, Brinley Plows, Oliver Chilled Plows,
--OF F1C ER :
GEORGE A. WAGENER, Prxesident: GEORGE Y.COLEMAN. Vice Presidenit:
L. G. BALL. Secretary and Treasurer.
A DORN YOUR PERSON
DORN YOUR HOME.
Fine Jewelry, Fine Silver
ware, Cut Glass, China,
LAMPS AND ELEGANT NOVELTIES.
Watches of the Best
All goods handled are sold
with a guarantee.
I do not handle any plated
ware, therefore everything
bought from me can be relied
upon as being of the best.
All goods bought from me
wil' be Engraved
FREE OF CHARGE.
My repairing department is
under my personal supervis
ion and I guarantee all work
entrusted to me.
-Come to see me.
Earnest A. Bultman,
SUflTTiR, S. C.
IS YELLOW POISON
in your blood ? Physicians call
it nlalarial Germ. It can be seen
changing red blood yellow under
microscope. It works day and
night. First, it turns your com
plexion yellow. Chilly, aching
sensations creep down your
backbone. You feel weak and
ROBERTS' CHILL TONIC
will stop the trouble now. It
enters the blood at once and
drives out the yellow poison.
If neglected and when Chills,
Fevers, Night-Sweats and agen
eral break-down come later on,
Roberts' Tonic will cure you
then-but why wait? Prevent
future sickness. The manufac
turers know all about this yel
low poison and have perfected
Roberts' Tonic to drive it out,
nourish your system, restore
appetite, purify the blood, pre
vent and cure Chills, Fevers and
Malaria. It has cured thous
ands-It will cure you, or your
money back. This is fair. Try
it. Price, 25 cents.
THE R. B. LORYEA DRUC STORE.
A town lot measuring about one
acre, high and well located. For par
ticulars apply to.
LOUIS APPELT. -
I am agent for Standard Paints.
Floor Paints, -
It does not pay to let your houses and
implements get shabby.
THOUSANDS SAVED BY
liD.1KIN'S NE DISCOYED
This wonderful medicine posi
tively cures Consumption, Coughs
Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Pneu
monia, Hay Fever, Pleurisy, La
Grippe, Hoarseness, Sore Throat,
Croup and Whooping Cough.
Every bottle guaranteed. No
Cure. No Pay. Price 50o. &$ I.
Trial bottle free.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store,
J. M. BAGNAL. Prop.,
MANNING. - - - S. C.
RATES $1.00 PER DAY.
Special Rates to Regular Boarders.
MONEY TO LOAN.
I am prepared to negotiate loans -
on good real estate security, on rea
sumt'er, S. C.
' 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, Rloofing'
Papers. Terra Cotta Pipe, etc.
To all who would like to have their
Clothes Cleaned, Dyed Repaired and
Pressed, call and see the new Tailor in
front of the Hotel Central, who will
ive you a first class job. Come in and
ec L. L. McDONALD.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNNING, S. C.
joS. F. Rau2m:. J. H. L ESESNE. 4
R H AME & LESESNE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
J. . WISON. W. C. DURANT
ILSON & DURANT,
.I!I-:Ep undv Co~unselor al Law,
MANNING, S. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
DR.1J. FRANK GEIGER,
MANNING, S. C.