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MANNING, S. C., MARCH 12. 1902.
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. .SUSCRIPTION lt.\TES: one year .. - - ... ........................5150 Six m onth,%-.------------. ---. ---'-----------. '4. F.ur month................... ..... 50 ADVERTISING RATES: One square. one time, $1: each subsequent in sertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular advertisements. Liberal contracts made for three. six and twelve months. Communications must be accompanied by the real name and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No communication of a personal character will be published except as an advertisement. Entered at the Postoftice at Manninz as Sec ond Class matter. The farm labor problem in South Carolina is becoming a serious question. The poor white people are flocking to the cotton millsand the negroes are making for the lumber mills. This con dition is growing more and more alarming. The Boers have made another brilliant victory in which they captured General Methuen, one! of England's most trusted offi cers. The British General and his forces completely routed. This does not look like the little Dutchman in South Africa have been conquered, and we are be ginning to believe they will yet win. England. notwithstading her powerful forces, cannot much longer hold out in her at tempt to exterminate tlhose peo ple. The newpapers have had so much to say about the Tillman McLaurin episode, that it has become sickening. In our opin ion there has been too much ado made over the affair, with both sides doing over-time. Then, far too much stress has been placed upon Jim Tillman's part in the play, and if the papers don't stop advertising him, he will put up the plea of persecution, and it will make votes for him. We do not believe the people of this State are inclined to vote for Jim Tillman for Governor, but there is no telling what they will do, if they are led to believe the man is being persecuted. Let Jim Tillman take Jenkins' sword, and all the notoriety he *succeeded in getting, over to Au gusta, and give the people of this State a rest. The ship subsidy bill is now up in' the United States Senate, and the arguments for and against the measure are very in structive. We do not know what the result will be, as the bill does. not seem to us in any way a par ty measure, nor can we see where party policy has anything to do with it. It strikes us to be a! question of business, and not political policy, and the only pol-' itics there is in it, is forced in by certain Senators who rely upon! prejudice for their success in politics. There are a number of. Republicans opposed to the bill,, while there are a number of Democrats favorable to it. Then: there are some Democrats who would vote for it if modified. With those politicians w h o thrive on prejudice, a Democrat ic Senator who favors the bill is a Republican, but a Republican Senator who opposes it is not a Democrat. The only question in this matter is whether or not the federal government,as a mat ter of business policy should give aid to the encouragement of the building up of an Ameri can merchant marine, and thus come in competition with foreign ships. A majority of the Demo-! crats in the Senate opposes such aid, and claim that it is class leg islation whereas a majority of the Republicans in that body. favor it, and claim that it is for' the general welfare of this coun try and that it will develop our Southern harbors and ports. STATE OF OHIo. CITT oF T.JLEDO. # LUcAs coUNTy. I- ' FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath that he iN the senior partner of the firm of F. J. CENEY a Co.. doing business in the city of Toledo. county and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HAL's CATAREH CURE. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my pres ence. this 6th day of December. A. D. 1886. A. w. GLEASON. - sEAL '.Notary Public. Hais Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimnoials. free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. 0 Sold by druggists. 75c. Hairs'Family Pills are the best. The Womans Building at the S. C. Inter State and West Indian Exposition. The delights that await our people~ who will attend the Exposition are lit-* tie realized. As one approaches the city of Charleston by rail at night, and sees the vast space, occupied by the! buildings, surmounted as they are, by shapely domes, each beautifully olit lined by myriads of electric lights, ones thoughts involuntarily turn to the Celestial City, whose glory no mor tal can comprehend; but this Ivory' City makes us, at least, think of it. and even more so as we enter, and see that from the distance, the half has not been told. The sunken garden, lit with its multi-colored lights, reflected in the water, repays one for lingering after dark, and makes an indelible inmpres sion on the mind, for a thing of beauty is a joy forever. In the day, as one enters the grounds their beauty so attracts, that the firstl desire is to linger, and loiter along the walks, enjoying the out door effect Then the query where shall I start to~ see the sights? You may safely turn mi any of, the buildings .and be sure of things interesting awaiting you: but it is to the Woman's Building that I would now especially call attention. The building itself is one of the old Colonial houses. just near- the bend of: the beautiful river, as it winds around in its course, giving a view trom te upper piazza: that is a tiue sketeh for~ any artist. The house was originally built by the Lowndes family, and during the Revo lutionary war Sir Henry Clinton com ing up the Ashley r-iver, landed heret and made it his headquarters. Thuild1A; telle its age he its utvle oarhttr.The windows are fin ished with heavy sliding board shut ters, on the inside of the glasses; that no stray arrow from an Indians bow might find its way in, after lamps were lit: to disturb the peace of the- in mates. The walls are of heavy eypress paiels of immense width. (The electrician here found hard work to bore through the thick timbers in order to introduce his lights- Little were such veiences dreamed of in the days when th hoe was built.) The grand ohwinldimg stair case adds great charIi lo its _at tractiveness. and as You YOimh you 1n agine you are dreaming -f Som1e quaint of story. This old Colonial resilence was up priately turned over to the - Women. and here they held sway to the charm of the visitor. Here we find a wonderful collection of old Colonial reiics. The 1). A. l. have gathered their choicest treasures here. and the lover of the quaint is charmed with the sofa oin which Gen. George Washington. aC tually rested. while a guest in the city. a: the home of Col. Wi. Washington also the table at which he dined- ehairs dating back to the sixteenth century. a piano or spinet as it was ealled. 300) years old. Pictures anl relies vhosc value is beyond price. On entering the first floor one is us hered into the library, with its well filled shelves of books. all from the pen of women. and I might add. some line cues too. This room is cared for by a commit tee of Charleston womeu. who take it by turn to keel) the room as a model reception room. .lust opposite is the work of the trained nurse. giving us an idea of what she does for the care and comfort of suffering humanity. Then the silk room. with its silk cul ture in detail-an industry now heing advocated for our women. in this see tion. Here also are soni of the old Colonial silk gowns. worn bv Colonial dames of the 18th, century. marvels in fnore ways than one. Next we pass into the King's Daugh ters apartment, but this is only sug gestive of their great work. a work not for eye to criticise, but whieb eternity alone can reveal. This brings us to the county exhibits. The exquisite work in oil and china painting, drawn work. embroidery. as well as many ingenious devices such as only a woman's brain could work out. Soume of these are line, but where is tie work of Clarendon's women? Have we no brainy Wonien? No artistic women.no accomplished women? No industrious women' So it would eem by pa;sig through these halls, for Clarendon has nothing. Ah! friends I fear it is lack ol public spirit, for our women can do their part nobly and well: more the pity we had not stood shoulder to shoul der with other counties. not half so rich in resources. We pass huriedly on by the woman's exchange, the assembly hall. The chief charm of this building centres on the 2nd floor, of which I made mention in the earlier paragraphs. the collec tion of Colonial relies. here one must pause and study. an hour here is well spent, by the thoughtful. Some there are who vote -The Carolina Rice Kitchen" the greatest attraction in the building, suffice it to say this is pre sided over by a typical Carolina house keeper, and that --all is well" goes without saying. Here one gladly rests and refreshes the inner man, after much sightseeing. The most tempting fare is daintily served by our own young girls. who see that nothing is wanting to make the repast a pleasure. The nicest cof fee steamin hot, served with delicious hot breads or sandwiches, or if you prefer a good substantial dinner, and -ates more r-easonable than any on the grounds. The wee tot would vote the top stoi-y of the Woman's Building the best of all, for here are collected dolls of all Nations. The mother's are charmed with the Day Nursery where the little ones may be safely left, while the mother e'njoys the sights of this won derful c'ollection of things interesting. Would that I might pen the picture of what is here, that it might arouse alld who possibly can to attend, yes, and take the children, the object lessons are worth mnonths of study to the grow ing child, who may never have such an opportunity again. H. W. B. Summerton, S. C. La Grippe Quickly Cured. -- In the winter of 18-98 a':d 18il9 I was taa:n down with a severe attack of what is called La Grippe." says F. L. Hewett. a prominent dirug gist of Winfield. Ill. '' The oniy medicine I used was two bottles of Chamberain's Cou:ah Remedy. It broke up the cold and stopped the coughing like magic. and .I hare never since been troubled with Grippe." Chamberlain - Cough Remedy can al-.mys be dependcd upon to break up a severe cold and ward oit any threat ened attack of pneumornia. It is pleasant to take too. which makes it the most desirabte and one of the most popular preparations in use for these ailments. For sale by The R. Bi. Lor yea Drug Store. Isae . Loryea, Prop. Offeud Not, Lest Ye Be Offended. Editor The Manniug Times: The little spat rec:tly in the United States Senate between Senators Till. man and M1eLaurin has fui-nished a de-~ licious morsel for the haters of Senator' Tilman to roll about in their abusiv and unr-easonabie mouths. Foi this af fair Senator Tillman has r-eceived more than his share of abuse and condemna tion. This unpleasant spat between the Senators from our State we believe? all regret. but why should Senator Till man be so much tnor.- abused and blamed by some than Senator 31eLau rin No'honor-able and spirited man we believe. regardless of political opin ions, blame Senator Tillman for strik ing Senator M1eLaurin under the cir cumstances. The provocation was suf ficient and we believe any man wi th~ the least sparnk of manhood animatiug his breast would have resented vith a blow the insult that Senatoi- McLaurini gave. If the matter had been reversed e believe that Senator 31eLaur-in would have acted just as Senator- Till man acted. If he had not so acted we would have thought that he had dis g-aced himself and that, he ought to have given up his job and come home. This little unpleasant spat between the South Carolina Senators need not cause so much comment fr-om some for both and so much abuse for- the othei-. The members of the Senate and a small sprinkling of the people of South Caro lna need not let this occuri-ence give them such a shock. If the Senators will go back to the Senate Journal of 156 they will make the discovery that this was not the first difficulty that originated oi- occur-red in the United States Senate. in that year South Car olina was represenited in that body by the venerable Judges Evans and But ler and during a debate in the Senate on the slavery question we believe the, nigger-loving abolition Senator,.Chiailes Sumner from MIassachusetts. knowing the feebleness of Senator Butlei-, took it upon himself to heal) a tirade of abuse and insults upon Senator- Butler and his peopla. Owing to the age and feebleness of Senator- Butlei- he could not. esent the insunts heaped on him self and his people by Sumner. Bat in the House of Representatives there was one from South Carolina who wvas ai nephewv of the- venerable Senator Bat For the Complexion. The complexion tlways sutlers from biliousness or constipation. Uniless the ovels at-e kept open the impurities fiom the body appear- in the formn of un ightly er uptions. D~eWitt's Little E 'rl'iser s keel) the liver- and bowels in heithv condition and remiove- the cause of sueh troubles. C. E. Hooper lbany, Ga., says: "I took D~eWitt' ittle Early lRisei-s foi- biliousness 'he were 'just what I needed. ina feeling bettei- now than in y-eat-s. Neve- gripe or distress. Safe.thor-oughi and gentle. The very best piils. The i' to take his part. and the part of his ieople, and one to resent the cowardly insults of Charles Sumner. The nephe w was the Honorable Preston S. Broo'ks of Edirefield. Mortitied and cmt to the quick by Suiner's owardly in ;lilt to hi. veni'erable uncle and ith Iwo p-t he repre-seiited. 1Irooks souglit and -(oil founitd the Massaclhusetts selator in the11 Senate (hamber. "Mr. Sun \l. Mr. Ilrooks." was all that Iissed i wort1. Brooks attacked Suniimer wit a s1all whalebone walking cane, mni iti etd one of the severest casi gations n)it the Massachusetts Senator that man as a common thing is heir to. The eastigation was so ,evere till the Massachusetts Senator had to leave the 'oantry for Europe and remain ther' sveral months for retuperation. Did any one in Stoth Carolina for Bro,;' action in i escnting insult cry olit in a! cringing and in a boot-lieking way to Yankee Iepublicans that South Caro lina was disgrraced and that Brooks be retired to thc shades of private life? Th e did no!, ht on the ctvirat ryi Uh the people of South Carolina en dorsen( his every actionI and h ds nir.=ented him with imore. -olkihlit-eadei .talkinu cane tihan hi kniw what to do Wi th. In those dvStheli were no Solth Carolinian. to'adying with Yankees for t little ml1onty Vor for the chance of bit na little tustenance through the crac'ks of the public trib. Besides -,l ihese things in those days newspaieI nn were very guarded and very par iitliar how they nieasured their ]an gage and they might have been. for thev would have been called upon to -iv'e quite an uneasy account of their landers and abuses. Brooks. of course, was expelled fron congress and caie home. but the peo nie in his district as soon as an election Coul i he held. almost by a unanimous vote returned him to congress. Sad to relate. this gallant South Carolinian died at Washington the following Feh rua.1ry, 1857. B'n Tillman need not let the charge of disgracing his State as is indulged in by his enemies of this State and Yarkeeland besides. worry him. for he can wager his bottom dollar that a large majority of the spunky peoplei in South Carolina will sustain him, it mat ters not what may come Qut of his re sent ing Senator McLaurin's insult. The crowning glory of Ben Tillman is,. lie has served his people faithfully, and during his senatorial services in Washington lie has remained a true South Carolician and never for one time ever bowed to the Republican Baul or kissed the hand of the Yankee smiter. GEO. R. JONES. Davis. S. C. How to Cure the Grip. Remain quietly at home and take Chamber lain's Cough Remedy as directed and a quick rc cvery is sure to follow. That remedy counter acts any tendency of the grip to result in pneu moria. which is really the only serious danger. Among the tens of thousands who have used it for t he grip. not one case has ever been reported that did not recover. For sale by The R. 13. Lorvea Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryen. Proti. An Enjoyable Function. Ed:.tor The Mannina Times: On Tuesday evening at the home of Hon. J. E. Tindal, his accomplished and attractive daughter. Miss Mar guerite entertained a few of her friends in honor of Miss Lillian Harvin of Man nirig and Miss Grace Allen of Sumter. The evening was most delightfully passed. Each guest was given a card and pen e. then shown quite a number of ad vertisements with all trace of the names removed and arranged in line and numbered. the answers were placed opposite each number. the ans wers to some were superb. Miss Janie Green of Lancaster attained the high est number of correct answers so re eived tirst prlize. a lovely basket of fruit, the booby prize was won by Miss Susan Richardson and Mr. L. (Cotting ham, a cure for heart disease. After this most interesting and spirited con test camne anagrams. Each one was given a badge indicating the number of their table, securing a part netr, then the contest began to see who would be advanced, the one securing the highest number oif cards was given a button and promoted. the different subjects given were flowers, songs. ect., five minutes being given to each subject. The one having the highest number of buttons wvas to receive first prize. This was won by Mr. R. S. DesChamps us lhe held tile highest amount. The prize was an attractive button restin2' uoon a lovely satin bow. The prizes were pre sented by Dr. J1. H. Hawkins in a very pleasant manner. Then caine refres'hments served motst delightfully. Those who enjoyed the pleasure of beinit present at this de lightful entertainment were: Misses Lillian Harvin. Grace Allen. Marguer ite Tindal. JTanie Green. Susan Rich ardson, Caro DesChamps. .Julia Marie.. lesrs Jackson Tindal. .J. W. Rigby, L. 'ortingham. Manning Richardson. 1. S. DesChamps and J1. H. Hawkins. ANNICUS. Do Not be Afraid to look the facts s.quarely in the fare. hat cough, racking and persistent, accompanied by tightness in the chest andl spitting of sticky mucus, is a sign of constupition. C'ommion sense5 dic tates the use of -llcn's Lung B~alsam. ad honest remedy. since it contains noi apiumi: an eflicient remedy. since it heals the irritated, inflamed throat and Lungs, and so prev.ents a deep-seated rold from running into ineurale forms f consumption. Report From the Paxville Temperance Union. The first social meeting of the W. C. . U. in this community was held last Friday evening. After some recita tions and music judges for the debate were app~ointed as follows: Dr Gregory, Messs. Bradham and Hicks. The query for debate -.as. " Will Prohibition Ever Succeed in South Car lina" The speakers on the atti::ma tiive side wvere Miss Jfessie Cttrtis and Mir. Wheeler Hicks. and on the nega ive w.ere Miss Dora Lewis and Mr. Preston Bradham. For a time some of the debaters eemed to be very mutch enthused: both audience and debaters waited in sus pense w.hile the judges made their' de rision. After an encouraging talk which supp)1lemnented a few r'emarks made by other visitors D~r. Gregory onsled' the negative and rendered his repiort in favor of the attirmative side of the debate. To lie sur'e a'. the wnof the WV. C. T. U. were dle lighted at the thought of prohibition being successful and joined to swvell the uhorns oif "Woman's cause shall win." The enjoyment of all during the fol lowing hour is attributable to the pis idet, Mr's. Mims, and to the supierin endent of social affailrs. Miss JTessie 'rtis. as they arrauged the pr'ogram for the evening. Refreshments wete e'ivd and the time passed away very I ami glad to trepor't the increcasing aenergy and zeal w.~ith w.hich every. memb' goes about her' duty. There ae something over twenty names on sur' roill: we feel that this is a good iumiber' for a new organization in a oall town. TIhe otlicers wvho arc w.orking fot' the teiper'anee catuse arec Mrs. J1. .\imns, reident: M\liss .lessie Curtis. vice pres dent and superintendent, of social af Fair's: Miss Eva Curtis. recording sec eayand stuperintendlent of litei' tture: li Mrtha Beatson, -upertendent ii :n-alcoholie medica~tion: Mt r's. R ich bour'g, t reasur'er': Miss Dora Lewis. ciir Bears th~ 1heKn YuHl Aly Bought Court. Following is the list of jurors drawn to serve at the Spring term of court to he held in Manning, beginning Mon i M 'orh 24. 1902: GRAND JURY. T \l Wells. Manning. 1) H Boykin New Zion. 11 M Bell. Manning. !) F Mahoney. Silver. \W 1) Bake"r. sardinia.. 1) It Smith. )zivis. ('( ) ( '01c. .NTaU11in1_g. .\ 1 BdItin. New Zion. W .1 Btidiin. Sr.. Turbe\ illo. W 11 Coker. Turbeville. N .T 'Moriris, Foreston. .1 V Carrigan. St. Paul. S -' Ingram. Manning. I N Tobias. Foreston. .1 Z Sims, Seloc. I Y Eadon, Davis Statior. F H Chewning. Silver. .1 linnyan Harvin. Silvei. PETIT JURY. .1 A Lowder. Manning. .1 B Hoaday. Summerton. T F Burgess. MouzonQ. .1 C D1n1iiit. Dulant. .1 .1 TIhigpen. Bethleheir. T 1 1] olladay. Foreston. T P Cutt ino. Paxville. A 'Davi.'. Alanning. .1 H McKnight. 3Mannini'. .1 NI Strange. Wilson. .John C Graham, Davis. B T Thames. Mannimng. I' C M Vassar. Seloe. I', W Ducket. Silver. V B White. Summerton. G W McCall, Manning. .1 S Bell. Mlanning. G M Bradliam. Manning. .1 O Lowder. .ordan. H S Way, Silver. P3 M llichbourg. Davis. i. B Tindal. Manning. .1 W Iligby, Silver. L K Howle. Manning. .1 T3. T Coulliette. Panol. L A Graham. Pinewood. S ( Williiams, lanning. P NI Gibbons. New Zion. P B Thames. Manning. M F. Mellette. Davis. FI J Hodge, Pinewood. W R Trescott. Manninz. E C (Coskrey, Wilson. Z L Bell. Manning. S D DuDose. Jordan. .1 E Haley, Manning. Could Not Breathe. Coughs,. colds. croup. grip, bronchitis, other throat and lung troubles are quickly cured by One M'nute Cough Cure. One Minute Cough Cure is not a mere exnectorant, which gives. only temporary' relief. It softens and liqui fies the mucous, draws out the inlama tion and removes the caus.e of the dis ease. Absolutely safe. Acts at once. "One Minute Cough Cure will do all that is claimed for it," savs Justice of the Peace J. Q. Hood, Crosby, Mss. 41v wife could not get her breath and was relieved by the first dose. It has been a benefit to all my fa.mily." The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. A Cincinnati man married his land lady because it was either that or raise money to pay his board bilI. Free Blood Curc. We recommend Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) for all blood troubles, such as ulcers, eating sores, scrcfula. eczema, itching humors, pimples, boils. ear buncles. blood poison, aching bones, festering sores, cancer, rheumatism. Botanic Blood Balm cures all malig nant blood or skin diseases. especially advised for old, deep-sea :ed cases. It ures when all else fails. Heals every sore oi' pimp~le, stops all aches and pains by giving a healthy blood supply. At drug stores, S1 per large bottle. A trial treatment free by writing Dr. Gil lam. Atlanta. Ga. Des' ribe trouble and free medical advice .ziven. Medi cine sent at once, prepaiC. For sale at The II. B. Lor-yea Drug Store. The charity of many m person con sists of a generous impulse to give away something they have no further use for. Danger of Colds and LaGrippe. The greatest di~nrer from cods and laGrippe is their resulting in pneumonia. If reasonable care is used, however, and Chamberlain's Cough ~eedy taken, all danger wil be avoided. .mnui the tens of thousands who have used this remedy for these diseases'. we have yet to learn of a sinrle case having resulted in pneu mnonia. which shows conclus vely that it is a certain preventive of that dangerous riialady. It will cure a cold or an attack of la crippe in les time t han any other treatment. It is pleas ant and safe to take. For .ale by The R. B. Le-yea Drug Store. Isaac M. Lot-yea. Prop. Some people who are so anxious about filling the heathen with :.'eligion should bear in mind that the minjority of civil ize folks have only a' s.eent supply. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Alwaps Bought Signture of sports of the Crusaders. In their amusements Christians and infidels mindled very readily. During the truces the two frequently engaged in jousts andl proved one another's skill in horsemanshlip. in tae use of the lance. in te wielding of the sword and in the hurling of t he spear. All, even the knights of the r'eligious order's, enterrl with zest into these friendly riva' ,is. Both Christian and infidel were extremely fonid of hunting and falconry. A long section in the assizes is devoted to the laws concerning the latter subject. Ousama in his autobi ography devoted many pages to ac counts of hunting experienlces and to the art of falconry. The crusading leaders took their bunting dogs and fal cons with them as a matter of course when they set out on the holy war. As the close proximniiy of the enemy exposed both parties to constant at tack. hunting agreements were made by which each might hunt in security on disputed territory. Gifts of dogs nd hawks were interchanged, and friendships were sometimes formed be cause of the mutual interest in breed ig hunting animals. - International Maaziie. Baa theA The Kind You] Hae.Awag Bough Signature A Pretty Big Tiger. Old Dick~ey A. a v-ery wealthy but very illiterate East Irdia merchant in London. took a panir of compasses and et about examining a large map of ndia, the margin of which was illus trated with drawings of the wild and domestic animals of tie country. Suddenly Dickey d-opped the com pass in amazement. "It can't be! It ain't in tie border cf nature that it hould be! impossible: Ridiculous!" "Why, Dickey, w'hat's the matter?" "Wot's the matter? V'y, this Bengal tiger is ninety muiles long!" Dickey had measured the tiger by the scale of the map). I Know One Sare Remedy - Don't Uo the top of your jelly and preservo j::r..; li theold fashiouedwy. : i tben by tilo new, (:i 4 absolutely sure w. a tiin coatingof i : Refined Parafiine. l no taste or odc:. 1 airti htand . proof. Easily rnppli: Useful in a dozcu c '= ways about tho hm: Full directions 1. each cake. Sold everywhere. ?:ad'' STANDARD OIL CO. V. T... Woman's Monthly Trial There should be no dread 3 of the monthly period. To the womanin perfect health it should be a renewal of. strength and vigor. But to how1 many is it a period of miserable suffering! These periods may - be made perfectly painless and regular by using G.F.P. (Ger stle's Female Panacea). Too much cannot be said for your worthy remedy for female irregularities. As a result we have a strong, healthy, m other who weighs85poundsand a five months old boy wl.o weighs 21 pounds. The mother is a very small woman but is strong and hearty, and she claims that G. F.P. did it all, as all other remedies bad failed. W. H. NErsoN, Prin. Mont Eagle, (Tenn.) Seminary. a If your case is not fully covered by our FREE BOK %4 "HMEALTHY MOTHERS MAKE HAPPY HOMES." a Write In confidence forfree advice to A C LADIEs IIEALTH CLUB care L.Gerstle&Co., a Chattanooga, Tern. PRICE S1.00 A BOTTLE. If your druggist does not handle G. F. P. ask him to send for J, otherwise send -. your order and 81.00 and we will supply you direct. L. GERSTLE & CO., Chattanooga, Tena. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store! ISAAC M. LORYEA, Pro1j. Sheriff Tax Sales. BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION issued by Hon. M. R. Cooper, Secre tarv of the State of South Carolina, and to me directed, I will sell at the Court House in Manning on Monday. 7th day of April next, it being sales day. the following real estate for de linquent taxes: Fifty acres, more or less, situate in Fulton township, Clarendon county, bounded by lands of Santee Lumber Co., being the old bed of Santee river a.t the cut off. Terns-Casli. Purchaser to pay for pan,-ers. f . ELBERT DAVIS. Sher Clarendon County. [32-4t STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, County of Clarendon. IN THE' PROBATE COURT. In th.e matter of Ola Pearl Cox, a Minor, To John T. Hendrix, Guardian. By James M. Windhamn, Esq., Judge of Probate. WHEREAS, It has been mnade to hap pear to my satisfaction that ou, John Y. Hendrix, guardian of che person and estate of Ola Pearl Cox, a minor, have changed your domicil to a place beyond the limits of this State, and have been absent from said State for ten consecutive monthls no0w last past. These are therefore to cite and ad monish you to be and appear before me ill the Court of Probate to be held at Manning, in said enunty end State, on the 16th daty of April, 1902, at 12 o'clock 1100n, to render an~ ac count in person, of your actings and 1 doings as such guardian to date, and to disprove a change of domicil and continuous absience from thlis StateI for ten mnonths next preceding the date of thlis citation. Herein fail not under penalty of having the letters of gu1.rdianiship heretofore commritt ed to you revok led ad annulled. .JAMES M. WINDBA.u, Judge of Probate Clarendon County. S. C. Manning, S. C., Fe b. 1:3, 1902. [29-4t - * TH MA. N ME. get Al inu kep inraoal ear FRE OF CHARGE. 1 THOAUNIMMER. .\oANeNG Smter MonEAMolon LAUNDTRYis T MAP i TOER get WTTRONU~ki p in UesnA NT.1epi YHEN ALL IS SAID, AND DONE WHEELER'S lill and Fever Tonic IS U\Q7NQUESTIONABLY i. Gwenuxinae To n1to Guaranteed to Cure "HILLS AND FEVER. INTERMITTENT, HILIOUS AND C()NTINUED FEVER. 'here is no occasion to proclaim its nerits from the housetops. but those vho have used WHEELER'S CHILL TONIC vill tell their neighbors, "It has ured me and it will cure yon.' FOR SALE BY THE R. B. LORYEA Drug Store, [SA .A 1. L)I UYEA, Prop 'PHONE NO. 2. - MANNING, S. C. I'0 CONSUMERS OF Lager Beer.h We ar e now in position to ship our 3eer all over the State at the following EXPORT. inperial Brew-Pints. at $1.10 per doz. <uffheiser-Pints, at.....90c per doz. Yerinania P. M.-Pints, at 90c per doz. GERMAN MALT EX TRACT. A liquid Tonic and Food for Nursing dothers and Invalids. Brewed from he highest grade of Barley Malt and mported Hops, at........$1.10 per doz. For sale by all Dispensaries, or send n vour orders direct. All orders shall have our prompt and areful attention. Cash must accompany all orders. T If E JERMANIA BREWING OO., Ciarlestoni, S. C. INSURANCE FIRE. LIFE. ACCIDENT & HURGLARY INSURANCE. Tailor-Made Clothing. FIT GUARANTEED. A FULL LINE OF SAMPLES. Carpets, Art Squares, RUGS. DRAPERIES & BED SETS. Colored designs and samples of goods. Carpets sewed free and wadded lining fur tished FREE. J. L. WILSON. Oomle ; Exposition. Every attention will' be shown visit rs and we especially invite the people o visit our handsome store to inspect >ur lines of Gent's Furnishings Clothing, and Hats. We handle no goods but those which re can guarantee. Our Tailoring Department is perhaps he largest in the State and our tailors are experienced workmen. A Suit made by us is sufficient war ant to tit. Come to see us. J L DA VID & BROI,e Cor. King and Wentworth Sts.. CHARLESTON, - - S. C. Roofing Paper. -ly Roofing Paper...75 per roll. -pl RofngPaper...2c per roll. -ply Tarred Paper.......35 per ton. tosin-Sized Sheathing Paper. 17 lbs. per. roll...............30c per roll. q-lb. Paper.. .............38c per roll. O-tn. Paper............50c per roll. All prices f.o.b. Charleston. For direct shipments from factory in ots of 25. 50 or 100 rolls, we can make loser delivered pu-ces. 94-96 E. Bay St., CHARLESTON, S. C. Moniey to Lend ) improved farming lands. Terms:. .s long as wanted; interest, 7 per cent u large loans: 8 per cent on small ans. For particulars apply to LEE & MOISE. Attorneys, Sumter. S. C. .and Surveying and Leveling. I will do Surveying, etc.. in Claren .on and adjoining Counties. Call at oflice or address at Sumter, S. '.P. 0. Box 101. JTOHN R. HAYNESWORTHI. JA. WEINBERG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. MANNNING. S. C. OSEPH F. RHAME, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MANNING, S. C. . s. WVILSON. WV. C. DrIIANT IILSON & DURANT, Attrney'is and Counfselor$ at Law:, MANNING. S. C. C. DAVIS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MANNING, S. C. SR. J. FRANK GEIGER, DENTIST, MANNT:M~ S. C. 'Tlrn no. 2n5. THIS WEEK'S -~ NEW ARRIVALS .r. AT RIGBY'S Ladies' Great Delight. We have just succeeded in landing a tremendous lot of new spring Goods. consisting of. White Wash Goods, Colored Wash xoods. Black Dress Goods, Silks, Notions, Laces, Embroideries, kllovers and Fine Hosiery. Among these new arrivals are to be ound some of the very best values ever offered in the city of Man ling. All we ask is a thorough inspection of our large stock and we vill take the chances of making customers. Coiled up under the little words "Underbuy and Undersell Lnd to buy., the right thing are drawing magnets for us and cause is to move out all our goods from one season to another. Why is it that the people go to RIGBY'S when they want RE IABLE, FIRST CLASS GOODS-goods that are perfect and tylish? It is simply because the wide-awake trading public are lways on the lookout for values, and they are always to be ound at our store where the best quality of everything is the atchword. Our goods come to us from the best houses doing business'in he Northern markets, bought with the powerful cash, thereby aving us a big profit which we divide with you. qice Spring Calicoes at.. .....................4c the yard ine Colored Dimity Cords at. ..4c the yard 10-inch Wide Plain White Lawn at................5c the yard Wfhite Lawn at...... .......................5c the yard qice Dress Ginghams in endless line of colors at......8c the yard ard-Wide Stripe Madras also solid Calicoes at.-. c10 the yard )ark Prints, Indigo Blue and Cardinals that you will pay 64c for at other places for.... ...........5c the yard leavy Summer Coverts for making Outing Skirts, 15c at other places, our price........ ................12c Treie1dous Line of Fine Black Dress Goods. That can mean only one thing, we have judged your taste right and have bought only the light, cool weight stuff, the kind hat will be most sought after this season. We have marked them ;o low that every woman who sees and knows nice Black Goods uys. The designs throughout are fine-mostly staple-Wool Ba stes, Poplins, Crepe Nunsveiling. etc. Embroideries and Laces. There is more than simply heaping together a mountain of oods in making up an Embroidery stock that will interest you. Quantity, of course you want that, and you want variety,-but ou also want the sparkle of novelty and the certainty that there ill be enough of the parncular sort you choose-matching lines n all the widths. See if we are lacking in a single feature. We believe thatno equal assortment was ever before offered n this town. We know that we have outdone our best efforts of )ther years. We have the Linen Embroidery Threads in the different sizes Lt 5c per spool. ODRELIABLES.? RGY O W.P0iWKN O OnuorBloIh ak fMnig Soutern ruit Co & W.H. MXSON Manger WHOLSALEDEALRS4: WHALESP N HAWKINS -&S C. One or Bel W rite Ban o f or i ces WHLESL DEL- S ScalGre. gtbe e~~ CHARLESON, . . . -S .C