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THE XANNING TIMES.
3&Man inig BW . CL
WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 24, 1891
Governor Tillman is in Washington
looking after the direct tax fund, and
he will appear before the House
Judiciary committee to explain the
attitude of the railroads in this State
that are in the hands of receiver. The
South Carolina delegation are trying
t.) get Congress to take some action in
this matter, and the Governnr is there
We hear the cry of hard times from
severy corner, and yet we notice there
is aigood amount of cash in circula.
tion. Just let an article in a store he
advertised at a price the people consid
er cheap, and it will not be long before
the hand will go down into the pocket
for the necessary cash. The cash
trade Is better in Manning this Janu
ary than it was this time last year and
our merchants' cash books will prove
It is. being whispered about con
siderably that Hon. James E. Tindal
will be offered a professorship in
Clemson College. Mr. Tindal would
be an ornament in this institution and
his training and ability would give
Clemson, should he accept, a man
that will be an honor. For the good ol
the young men throughout the State
we hope if a professorship in Clemson
College is tendered Mr. Tindal that h
will accept. His piety, education, and
liberal views all go to make him s
Secretary Carlisle, after attending
a banker's banquet in New York, re
.turned to Washington fully impres
sed with the idea that the governmeni
must issue $50,000,000 worth of bonds
What a difference there is betweer
Senator Carlisle, of Kentucky, anc
-Seeretary Carlisle, of President Cleve
land's Cabinet. United States bond,
are non-taxable property, but mules
cows, horses, farming implements and
-homes are taxable property. Then
who are the tax-payers of this greal
country, those that invest their mone3
in such things as will afford ease and
luxury or those that invest in the
things that go to make a livelihood
for the country? '
The men that have accumulated im
mense fortunes, are kicking against E
measure now before Congress, whict
proposes to put a tax ' on incomes 6
over $4000 President Cleveland is al
so reported as being against the meas
ure. The.poor man is taxed on ever3
thing he has, not even the bed upot
which he rests after a hard day's toi
escapes taxation, but the rich mat
that has his money invested in gov
ernment securities escapes. Eigh
here is where the doctrine of equa
rights to all, and special privileges t<
none should come mn. If a man tha
has a horse which he works to provid'
meat and bread for his family must b4
taxed is it right that a man that has
bond that affqrds him pleasure an<
profit to go untaxed.
-Gratifying, indeed, was it, to us t<
receive the well wishes of our friend.
last Thursday morning after the ap
pearance of The Times. It is encour
aging to feel that one's efforts at pro
motion are noted by the people..- But
friends, well wishes in the shape o
kind words wili not do by thiemselves
In order for them to h-ave the desire<
effect something more than kiu<
words must be given rus. We maus
have patronage in order to supporl
our undertaking. This is a campaigi
year when every man should know
what is going on and keep posted oi
th -issues to be presented to the. peo
pe. It biehooves you all to subscrib4
to The Times, as this paper will use
its best efforts to give you the new:
and keep you well posted on all sub
I~ilIT~, the ex-queen of Ha
wail, whom tCleveland prom
Ised to restore to the thr ' o fa~
failed to regain her throne, and is e
coming as tired of waiting for thi
promise to be faithfully carried out a:
are the people of the United States
who were promised the carrying oul
of the Democratic platform.
The dusky queen don't propose t<
wat until the next election before she
acts, but according to the dispatche:
she is going to sue for .breach of prom
Ise -right away.
-o, Queen, from all apart!
Fairest of all thou art!
Piymy bleeding heart,
Fogve my debt.
Love of my youthful day;
Go-go thy fiow'ry way! !
Forget thy lover gay
- BLAcK LIL.
Base man, thou promised me
Thou would'st my savior be,
. I Ibut trustedthles!
- What do I get?
Kingdom gone up the flue !
- All-all for love of you!
No 'sahb! I's gwine to sue!
' fes, sah! You bet!
The Piedmont Headlight is constant
ly nagging at the heels of Congress
man John L. McLaurin, and why
we are unable to say. In nearly
every issue of that paper there is
some cut orslur at our representative.
Wherein McLaurin has offended
brother Gantt is not made plain, but
there is one thing certain, all of the
Headlight's efforts to injure Mc
Laurin is having no effect. The peo.
pe that sent him to Congress, sent
him there to work for their interests,
and his faithful services can not be
doubted. John L. McLaurin has
done more good solid work for the
masses in the short time he has filled
his present position than all the other
representatives we have had put to.
The people of the Sixth Congression
al District are proud of the record
their representative is making in
Washington, and we venture the
prediction that he will be returned at
the next election; without a dissent.
g voice from the Beform ranks. Mc
Laurin is too busy working for the
relief of the people to come down
here to work for the elevation to
office of some friend of the Headlight
and that may be where brother
Gantt's shoe pinches.
A Factional Convention.
Just at this time there appears an
indication of trouble brewing in cer
tain quarters of the Reform camp, and
the cause appears to be that some of
the prominent men in the faction are
scrambling for the shoes that Gover
nor Tillman will cast aside when his
present term of office expires. These
scrambles are natural where there are
so many ambitious men, and so many
that are true to the cause. Each one
feels his fitness for the place, and
each one thinks his claim for past
services should be rewarded. To be
an aspirant for the high office of
Governor is a laudable ambition, and
we are glad to see so much available
timber in our ranks. It would, in
deed, be a deplorable condition if our
ranks did not contain the necessary
material to make a fit successor to our
present governor. The Reform
faction has plenty of good
and true men to take up the
standard and carry it on to a
triumphant victory in the coming
election, but the difficulty is in fixing
a proper and satisfactory time to con
sider the claims of the aspirants.
Some think the various aspirants
should go before the people, and after
a tour of the State call a convention to
select a ticket for the primary election.
Those thinking this way argue that it
would give the people an opportunity
of forming the*ir own conclusions and
better be enabled to make a selection.
Others think such a course would be
annoying the people with too much
politics and tire them out before the
important battle comes on.
Then there are some who have
studied the conditions carefully and
claim to understand the temper of the
people; they want a convention'called
together in March for the purpose of
adopting a platform and selecting
suitable men to stand dpon it. The
argument for this plan is that a March
convention would settle the differ
ences existing among the rank and
file of the Reform Movement, and it
would close up any gaps that may
now be open.
Then there is another matter which
is causing considerable discussion in
our ranks. That is, who shall call a
convention. One element wants a
convention called by Hon. G. W.Shell,
and another objects and charges Mr.
Shell with having proven untrue to
to the faction. Then objections come
from some who say that Mr. Bowden,
editor of the Cotton Plant, must not
have a say in the Reform conferences,
because he is an avowed Third party
If Mr. Shell has been untrue to the
faction that made him what he is,
those objecting to him on this ground
are right, and he should not be called
upon to call and preside over a con
vention of our faction. Whether he
has been true or not the fact remains
that his being placed in a leading
position does not meet with the ap
proval of a large body of Reformers.
and his being placed in such a posi
tion would be calculated to bring
about dissatisfaction. Harmony is
what is needed to make our Move
ment a success and nothing should be
done that will-not be satisfactory. It
is a well-known fact that Senator Irby
Iand Congressman Shell are not on the
best of terms and should those un
friendly to Irby place Shell in a lead
ing position no good can result, and
much harm may follow. Sen
-ator Irby has been indiscreet
in some things of a personal
nature and the people do not
approve of his inaiscretions, but
at the same time be has been as true
as steel and his whole heart is wrap
ped up in the Reform Movement.
INot even his enemies have ever charg.
ed him with unfaithfulness. There
fore it would be the height of folly to
put forward Shell, whose very pres
enee in the lead wouldi be so humil
lating to Irby and his host of friends
as to make them feel unwelcome in
the ranks they fought so hard in
The Reform . faction is a. tajority
portion of the Democ~ratic party of
this State, and we-agree with the Anti
Bowden mep.'hat Mr. Bowden should
not be reco'gnized as a leader in our
ranks He is a third party man, out
apti out, and in the last election voted
gainst the Democratic ticket. If
Mr. Bowden wants to become a lead
er let him call 'together the third
partyites of the State and confer with
them. The Reform faction does not
need him in their business.
Probably it is well these matters are
being agitated in order for the people
to go to thinking.. If these things
were allowed to rock quietly on with
out the people's attention being called
to it, there is no telling what the re
sult would be and how long . the
government would beretained in the
hands of the Democratic party. It is
just such discussions that awaken the
people an'd start thiem off to putting
things in proper shape.
We believe it is for the best interests
of the people that a con
vention be called between . now
and May, and in order to
keep down dissensions in our ranks.
let the faction be represented by one
or two Reformers from each county in
the State wno will meet in Columbia
and select a date for holding a con
vention- Let these representatives
discuss the situation and issue a call.
Harmony is a necessary ingredient
for suecess and under a call from the
representatives of the various coun
ties neither of the contending ele
ments in our faction could complain
of a "snap judgment."
In order to get. the representatives
to meet as suggested, it will require
some one to a date and issue a call,
and for this purpose we take the
liberty of suggesting Hon. W. T. C.
Bates. This gentleman is a true blue
Reformer and in whom the entire
faction has every confidence. p!Dr.
Bates, call a conference to fix a date
for a factional convention.
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CAN THIS BE TRUE?
1 Scheme to Africanize Soutn
We have from the very best author
ty, and there is no C.oubt, either, of its
!orrectness, that a conspiracy has
)een formed, wit! its birthplace
n Charleston, to repeat the Haskell
,ampaign this year, and the movers
intended to descend to even lower
lepths than were attempted in 1890.
This information was brought to
partanburg by a prominent Anti
politician, who is now traveling over
,he State feeling the public pulse to
see how the scheme will be received.
While in this city he confided in a
gentleman of high position and
sharacter, allied with the minority
faction, and who lost no time in giv
ing the conspiracy away, as it did
ot set well on his Democratic stom
Those Charleston politicians say
that the "Tillmanites" have gone to
work and placed them in a "black
listrict," and so they intend to re
ent this insult and act of injustice
by giving the Reformers a big dose
:f "coon." Now that they are plac
ed at the political mercy of the ne
gro, they shall use him for all he is
worth. It is therefore decided to
orm a coalition with negroes, divid
ing all offices with them, conditioned
that they vote the ring ticket and
against the Reform movement. It
will not do to place negroes on the
State ticket, but they will be given
appointments under the officers, such
as clerkships, guards around the
State House, and other places now
filled by whites. But in county offi
Ders there will be an equal division.
A secret conference of white and
negro politicians will soon be held in
the city of Charleston, to agree on a
division of offices. The blacks will
also be promised an increased school
appropriation, to be taken from the
whites in the way of taxes, and laws
will be enacted bringing about closer
social relations between the races. In
fact, it -is a regular social equality
and amalgamating scheme, surpass
ing the days of reconstruction. The
black representation in the Legisla
ture will be largely increased. These
plotters argue that they had rather
be ruled by negroes than white farm
ers, for they can control the former
and protect their monied interests
The Anti papers may deny this
infamous and vile scheme, but
there is no doubt about its being on
foot. That excuse about Charleston
being put in the black district is all
moonshine, for the dastardly and
dirty coalition had been designed sev
eral months ago, and that Haskell
Richardson indignation meeting in
Columbia, t he holy horror manifested
by the anti organs over lynching ne
gro rapists, and even efforts to excuse
those outlaws for assaulting State
constables in Spartanburg. are but a
part of the conspiracy to pander to the
We are truly glad to know that this
vile conspiracy to Africanize South
Carolina has not been consum
mated, for it will quickly separate
genuine Democrats and decent white
men from political Hessians and
thags. and do more to draw our peo
ple together than anything else. Just
let this game he started, and you will
hear no more about "Tillmanism" - or
"Ocalaism." but it will be a contest
between the white man and the negro.
And there is no doubt, either, about
the result. Those Charleston politic
ians may affiliate with negroes, but
when they try to ram such a dose
down the throats of our decent and
self-respecting up-country antis, they
will find themaselves without follow
ers. And not only this, but every
man who goes into that foul scheme
will become a political outcast forever
more, and the disgrace will cling to
his name for generations. to come.
Judge Raskell ruined himself by run
ning as an independent in 1890, but
these Charleston politicians propose
to go further than Haskell. They de
sign to bring upon South Carolina the
same evils from whieb she was res
cued In 1876.
But let the dastardly work go on. It
is now exposed, ancd t he peonle will do
the rest. This is a white man 's coun
try, and white men intend to rule it.:
and woe unto the man or faction <(1
men that dares to invoke the aird or
If our friends wiil read the old
ring rule sheetls, t hey~nill see th'e out
cropings-of this conspiracy. It is no
new-born resolvs&t-but was coneoed
after the overthrow of the Shepp~ar~I
ticket las}-Siiramer. But it shows tha t
the Antis have given up all hone for
carring Sonth Carolina in fhe Dem
oeatic arty, and are now preparing
i poltical and social= affiliation with
Republican negroes! The peop~le are
already united, but this will only serve
to bindi them together with links of
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Notice to Creditors.
Persons having claims against the
estate of Mrs. S. S. Harvin deceased
will present them duly attested and
those owing said estate will make
payment to T. H. HARVIN,
Jan. 23rd 1894.,
State of South Garolina,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
By Louis Appelt, Esq., Probate Judge'
Whereas, MRs. ELIZA C. TINDAL
das made suit to me, to grant her
[etters of Administration of the Es
ate of and effects of EZRA A. TIN
These are therefore to cite and ad
nonish all and singular the kindred
ud creditors of the said EZRA A.
rINDAL, deceased, that they be and
ppear, before me, in the Court of
~robate, to be held at Manning, S.
., on the 8th of February, next, after
ublication hereof, at 11 o'clock in
he forenoon, to' show cause, if any
hey have, why the said Adiministra
ion should not be granted.
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lay of January, Anno Domini, 1894.
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Notice of Dissolution.
On the 11th day of January 1894
the firm of J. M. & R. S. DesChamps,
doing a general merchandise busi
ness at Silver, S. C., dissolved copart
nership by mutual consent.
J. M. DESCHAMPS.
R. S. DESCHAMPS.
Silver, S. C., Jan. 18th, 1894.
On February 24th I will apply to
the Judge of Probate for Clarendon
county for letters dismissiory as
guardian of the estate of J. C. and
W. G. Bryant, minors.
BENJAMIN R. BRYANT.
Jan. 23rd, 1894.
JosPnr F. RinAM. W. C. DAVIS.
R HAME & DAVIS,
ATTORNEYS AT LA I,
MANNING, S. C.
OHN S. WILSON,
AUorney and Counselor at Law,
MANNING. S. C.
A ATTORNEY A T LA W,
MANNING, S. C.
Notary Public with seal. Associated with
R. 0. Purdy, Esq., in litigated cases.
G ALLEN HUGGINS, D. D. S.,
o CH ER AW S. C.
pir-Visits Manning every month or two
JEFFERSON D. ALSBROOK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
Office in Turs building. Special atten
tion given all business in his charge.
H . L. B. WELLS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SUMTER, S. C.
Surveyor and Civil Engineer.
WEDGEFIELD, S. C.
Estates sub-divided and estimates fur
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EO. W. DICK,
SUMTER, S. C.
Office hours-9 to 1:30-2:30 to 5. Over
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NOTICE OF REGISTRATION.
State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
TN ACCORDANCE WITH THlE PROTVIS
Lions of an act of the General Assembly.
ratiied on the 9th day of February, 1882. I
will be in the court house in Manning. in
the offce of the clerk of the court, the first
Monday of each month, for the purpose of
allowing persons coming of age since the
last general election to register, and to at
tend to any other business pertaining to my
ffcial duties. S. P. HOLLADAY,
Supervisor Registration Clarendon Co.
P. 0. Adadres: Panola. S. C.
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Tinwar,2 ~IefluigSt., HARLoTOetSnC. S. C.
Save Your Eyes!
Wh1en yon need a pair of spectacles don't
buy an inferior glass. You will find none
0=7 ~d Alway
EYE -:-- GLASSES.
For sale by
D>R. WV. M. RROCKINTON,
Manning, S. C.
Rice Mills! Corn Mills!
Rice Planters and Rice Mill-tis can buy a
single machine that wvill hull, clean. and
polish rice ready for markot for 350.
Corn Millers cari buy the best French
Burr Mill, in iron frann, fully guaranteed,
capacity ten bushiels mal per hour, for
Saw .lillers can buy best variable friction
Feed Mill from 3190 up to the largest
size; and Gang Rip S:tws, Edg1 rs, Swing
Saws, Phaning Machines, and all other
Wood Working Machinery, also
TALBOTT'S ENGINES AND BOILERS.
Special discounts made to cash purchas
ers. Can meet any competition, ~quality
V. C. BADHAI,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
SUMTER, S. C.
Commander & Richardson.
We are now prepared to fill all orders
COPING and all ornamental and substan
tial cemetery work. We do none but the
best work, and gnarantee all jobs. We
promise to do strictly a first-class business
and will make our prices atu living rate.
GRANITE AND ITALIAN MONUMENTS
We expect to have cn exhibition in a few
days some hmndsome specimens of work.
Yard on Liberty Stre; t, below postoffice.
+~ IF YOU WANT IN YOUR HOME 4 -
THE FINEST AND MOST PERFECT+
SPIANOPRODUCED IN THE KNOWN
* WORLD YOU WWlL BUY THE .
*Jie 8StHld 0I ole XCOlla~e.
" Combining a totality of eclec
Ynot 9ound In any other piano."
"F'erfect in one, action and finish."
"Used by the greatest lhving artists.
.+ througaaout the world."
9 "Chesen by all musical connoisseurs*
and peopie of refinemena. who appre- .+
Aciare exquisIte tone and the artistic
4 If you want a STF.INWAY we9
can save you money in fts paur-4
entire states. Steinway's Niew York
9 prices duplicated. No a dollar carn
Vbe saved in buying direct. All
4 tyles reguarly intockc. Cre
+ 1spondence invited. Catalcgnes free.
I udden & Bates Southern
9 L Music House,Savannah,Ga !
The Manning Academ y,
MANNING, S- C.
A SELET SOHO OR 50ThuIELS,
T WENTY-EIGHITH SES-SION BEGINS
ISeptemiber 4, 1893. Elnglish, Laitin,>
Greek, German, French, Book-keeping. Ca
isthenices, Typewriting, Shorthain~i loen
tion, Art, and Music tanght. Thorough
preparation for business or any cihtss in col
lege. Bacekward pupils carefullyv taught.
All les.sons thorouhly explained. Boarding
pupils caircd for as memubers of the family.
Th'le school non-secarian. Boarding pupils
required to attend Sundayv-schiool and
churchi each Sunday. At the close of the
school year three gold medals will be award
d, for schaolarsh ip, deportment, and
muic. A gold pe for p..-nmanship. Tai
on, per maonth, SI to $1; music, S3; art,
M1: board. $8.
Mrs. E. C. Asnaooir, .Prin:ipa;l.
AND : BLINDS.
fIAN & SONS,
d Provision Dealers,
East Bay Street,
rTc1'T 94. C.