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THE YANN-G TIES.
Wednesday, February 6, 1895.
SMA LL ITEMS MAKES.LARtE ONES.
Some Prices on Small Articles Which
Means Money SaTed in Your Pockets
iflou Will Come to Us With the Cash.
5 dozen as good curry combs as you
would wish to handle for only 5cts.
each, worth 10 cents.
12 dozen table knives and forks .at
only 50 cents a set, worth 75 cents.
12 dozen nise heavy plated tea
spoons at only 15 cents a set, worth
12 dozen large heavy plated tab'e
spoons at only 25 cents a set, wor,.
50 cents-friends those spoons are
barzains; if you come and see them
you will be sure to buy.
The tramps terror, a strong, well
made padlock that will sell as long
as locks are sold, only 15 cents, 2 for
A lot of nice little hand vices only
15 certa each.
.24 sets nice glass dessert sets only
25 eents set. Ladies come and see
these nice sets and you will be sure
24 large j gallon glass water pitch
ers 20 cents each.
When you want any of Old Tray
plug tobacco at 5 cents per plug or
25 cents per pound, come to us and
you will get it for the cash.
Remember we keep a nice line of
garden seed-seed Irish potatoes and
onion sets, come and buy them from
us if you want a good garden.
W. E. JExNSoN.
Mrs. Ellen Iseman, of Spartanburg is in
Maining on a. visit to her parents.
We are told that there are several appli
cations for the Silver post mastership.
Sheriff Bradham had no sales of real
estate to make last MondAy although it was
Rigby proposes to wake up his compet
titors by offering womens first class shoes
from 75 cents to $1.00.
The telephone between Alcolu and Man
ning is now completed. When you want
to have a chat with Captain Altirma n step
into Dr. Brockinton's drug store.
When you want first class groce ies you
will hit it right by going to Rigby's.
Last Monday Mr. G. T. Worsham, the
Deyly appointed supervison of registration
t ok charge of his office and at once entered
upen' the discharge of his duties.
Justreceived first spring shipment of
China and Japan matting. Horton Bur
gess & Co.
We have in our office two handsome six
draw sewing machines, manufactured by
the New Home sewing machine, company
which we will sell cheap. If you want a
good machine come to see us and we will
gave you -money.- -
Eigby is offering his entire stock of Yin
ter dress goods at a discount of 20 per
What is the use of buying crockery that
will soon turn yellow, get full of cracks and
look old in a short time. When you can
go to Bigby's and for less money buy hand
some decorated ware. Seeing is believing
go and see.
For. a genuine- bargain- in school boy
jens go to Horton Burgess & Co.
Now is a good time to subscribe to the
Times and as an extra inducement we
have plaeed on exhibition in the show
window of M. Levi's store our prize- ma
chine. Go-and look at it, and you are
bound to say it is a beauty. This machine
Is valued at forty-five dollars and some one
of our paid up subscribers will get it sure.
Just received at Bigby's the latest of
Butterick's fashion sheets .which he vill
give away free.
* ~The causeway across Slack river is in a
* ery bad condition from the recent spell of
bad weather. This causeway should be
-carefully examined to find out whether or
uot the railroad isto blame for the water
hackng on the dam. . If the railroad is to
blame and attention of the company is
properly drawn to it, we have no doubt
btwhat they will remedy the evil and
-give great help to the county in repairing
All the new styles in caps just received~in
eluding new effect in blue and red. nor
ton Burgess & Co.
-Died in.Columbia last Thursday James
Williams, a trasted employee of the Secre
tary of State's officee. -Williams was raised
in Manning and always conducted him
self in such a manner sq to give him many
-friendis among the white people. When
When Hampton took charge of the State
government Williams was made a porter
*and had served in the same position until
forced to take his bed. His funeral in
Columbia was largely attended and in the
congregation werel many white friends.
The body was brought to Manning for in
-Unlike most proprietary medicines, the
formiuhe of Dr. J. C. Ayer's Sarsaparilla and
other preparations are cheerfully sent to
any physician who applies for them. Hence
the speciaf favor accorded these well known
standard remedies by the World's Fair
-Full co'neaved razors exchanged for any
Sbrand of old heavy razors at A. B.
oway's barber shop.
Ladies are invited to call and examine
my stock of fine flower seeds. 3. B. Lor
yea, the druggist.
Onion sets for sale by Loryea, the drug
Delicioustbonfectionery for sale by E. B.
Loryea, the druggist.
For genuine seed potatoes, go to BI. B.
Fresh and genuine garden seed for sale
by B. B. Loryea, the Druggist.
We have in stock needles for the follow
ing sewing machines: American, Davis,
Domestic, Household, New Home, Beming
son, Singer (all styles), Victor, Weed,
- Wheeler & Wilson, White, and Wilson,
also, ruabber, belts, and Excelsior sewing
machine dil, warranted not to gum.. R. B.
Loryea, the duggisnt.
The Times office has now a full supply
of blanks. Call when in need of anything
in this lime.
Thousands of cases of rheumatism have
*been cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla. This
us abundant reason for belief that it will
.Dr..JBrowne, the optician who has done
such efficient work here, the past week will
remain at.the Central hotel until Wednes
Fe'b.'13th. All having week or defective
eyes -and spectacle wearers, generally
shotild a-vail thiemslves of his services.
ROYALTk IN DISGUISE.
A R~eal Prince Said to Be in the Car.
Under this heading a contemorary
states that "f(or mionths at has been kniownl
almtoat to a certainty that an proniienat
-prince of Europe is now in Amierican ini di
giuise and in cavssing for boks that he
was in this manner l--arn mnore of the real
lhte uf tize Amer~cani people. Twice he hans
bwen ide-ntified in the Easr and each time:
changedc his dig'ise anj. his ficld of action,
sor to be known would en-tiirely defeat the~
oi-ject of his visit. A reporter yesterday
accidentally tell upon somet data which
leto toe con.cliusion that this saine
prince is now seling books in the Caro
linas."~ It is a well enown tact that we
some~timnes harbor ang~es unawares. This
prince may be wit5 us now in the garb of
a book canvasser. selling the new np-to
data edition- Britannica for the Columbia
FRIDAY IS NOT AN UNLUCKY DAY.
To Begin With, Columbus started for
America on a Friday, and all Sorts of
Favorable Events are Connected With
the Sixth Day of the Week.
He was an Englishman, as history in
forms us, who, being iconoclastically in
clined an an enemy of superstition, risked
both his fortune and his lifet, and lost both,
in an experiment to prove fellacion1s' the
moss-grown superstition concerning Fri
ay. It is related of this Englishman that
he laid the keel of his vesse' on a Friday,
la. ceed her on a Friday, christened her
-Friday," took for her a skipper named
Friday. set tail in her upon a Friday, and
never was heard of after that!
And yet inspite of superstition, Friday is
not an unlucky day. In fact, it can be
proved by the most important happenings
in the history of this and other countries
that Friday is the most fortunate day in
the week. For thirteen years past I have
been collating such important events as
have happened upon Fridays. Thirteen
years ago I put in print a short list, but it
is now complete. I venture to say that
stronger proof cannot be submitted, au.
ask you to cut it out and paste it in your
scra-book, where you may find it when
your heart weakens with an attack of sa
On Friday, August 21, 1492, Christopher
Columbus first sailed upon his great voyage
of discovery from Palos, in Spain. On the
11th day of September, which happened
upon a Friday, while in mid-ocean, to the
consternation of his officers and men, the
needle ol the compass fluctuated and fell
off in an anexplainable manner, and it was
then that all but Columbus lost faith in the
enterprise. It was on Friday. October 12,
1492, that Columbus first discovered land.
On Friday January 4th, 1493, he sailed on
his return to Spain where he landed in
saftey on a Friday. On Friday Nov. 22
1492, he arrived at Hispaniola, on his sec
ond voyage to America. It was on Friday,
June 13, 1494, that he discovered the conti
nent of Am, rica.
Friday, September 7, 1505, Melendyz
founded St. Augustine, the oldest town in
the United States by forty years.
Friday, Novemuber 10, 1620, the May
flower with the Pilgrims, made the harbor
of Provincetown, and on the same day
signed the august compact, the forerunner
of our present Constitution. On Friday,
December 22, 1620, the Pilgrims made
their final landing on Plymouth Rock.
George Washiugton was born on Friday,
Febru.ary 22,1732, in Wetmore'and county,
Va., near the banks of the Potomae river.
Bunker's Hill was seized and fortified on
Friday, June 16, 1776.
Friday, October 7, 1777. the surrender of
Saratoga was mlde, which had such power
and influence in inducing France to de
clare herself in favor of our cause.
Friday, September 22. 1780, Arnold's
treason was laid bare which saved us and
our country from destr.ction.
The surrender of Yorktown, the crown
ing glory of the American army, occurred
on Friday, Octeber 19, 1781.
Friday, July 7, 1776, the motion was
made in Congress by John Adams and sec
onded by Rtichard Henry Lee that the
United Colonies were, and of right ought
to be, free and independent.
The first Masonic Lodge in North Amer
ica was organized on Friday, November 20-,
Bismark, Gladstone and d'Israeli were
born on Friday.
Friday, April 8, 1616, the first known
newspaper advertisement was published
Imperial Intelligencer, in Ergland.
Thomas Sutton, who saved England from
the Spaish armada, was born on Friday.
Friday, July 1, 1825, General Lafayette
was welcomed to Boston and feasted by the
Fiee Masons and citizens, and attended at
the laying of the corner-stone at Bunker's
Hill of the monument erected to perpetu
ate the remembrance of the defenders of
the rights and libe ties of America.
Friday, December 2, 1791, the Albany.
N. Y., library was founded.
Friday, January 28, the Panama railroad
Friday, June 30, 1461, Louis II, hum
bled the French nobles.
Charles "The Bold," of Burgundy, the
richest sovereign of all Europe, was born
Friday, January 12.
The Hudson river was discovered on
Friday, March 25, 1609.
On Friday, March 18, 1776, the "stamp
act" was repealed in Enghand.
Friday, November 28, 1814, the first
newspaper ever printed by steam, the
London Times, was printed.
Alexandera von Humboldt, in climbing
Chimborazo, reached an altitude of 19,20
feet on Friday, June 12, 1802.
On Friday, Januery 13, 1785, General
Winfield Scott was born in Dinwiddie
Frnday, May 14, 1586, Gabriel Fahren
eit, usually regarded as the inventor of
the common mercurial thermometer, was
born. It was he who first noticed that
water boils at differeait degrees ot tempera
ture, according to the weight of the atmos
pheric column resting upon it-that is, it
requires less best to make it boil on the
summit than at the foot of a high moun
tain. Wherever the English languag~e pre
vails the gradation of Fahrenheit is gener
Friday, December 25, 1742, Sir Isaac
Newton, the illustrious philosopher, was
Martin Luther was born on a Friday, No
vember 10, 1543, at Eisleben, in the county
of Mansfield, in Upper Saxony.
Friday, September 5'; 1752, the first
American theatre was opened in Williams
Friday, June 3, the first steam vessel
that crossed the Atlantic, the Savannah,
sailed from Savannah to Liverpool.
George Stephenson, the father of rail
ways, was born on a Friday.
The Great Eastern left the Irish coast to
lay the Atlantic cable on Friday, and
reached Heart's Content on Friday.
Queen Victoria was married on a Friday.
The battle of WVaterloo was fought, the
Bastile was destroyed, Moscow was burned
and the battle of New Orleans was fought
In the waxr with Mexico the battle of Palo
Alto began on a Fri.2y.
At the commencemcnt of the Revolution
the oldest neyspaper in the United States
was the American Weekly Mercury. pub
lished in Pniladelphia, Pa., and its first is
sue was Friday, December 2-2, 1719.
On Friday, January 1, 1808. the impor
tation ot slaves in the United States was
prohibited by Congress..
And thus history has recorded honors to
Friday which belong to no otber day of the
week, granting it as many virtues at least
as any other day in the week, which is
proven by the above record of good deeds
and grand results for the benefit of human
ity. It is a remarkable fact and one worth
remembering that while it is the exception
that proves the rule, it is only unfortunate
results which may have occurred on a Fri
day that are loudly proclaimed by the
world of '-toid-you-sos." and an enormous
silence reigne over all the grand iesuits
wich imave fo'und their occurrence on a
Friday. Manvix Rt. CranK.
EFFECTS OF TilE GRIP CURED.
"We have used ni.arly four bottles of
Hood'.s Sarsapsrilla tad have found it to
be all that it is recomnjudod. It has
curvd : 'y uttle dnaghter who haus not b~een
wll sinace she' hadI the grip .an.. it has am
poved my hetalth. The.rofore. a-aeaanott
~rnmend it too haigly." Mrs. Geo(rge'
W. 1'iric'k. Summaerville, S. C.
Hood's ills cure indigestion, sick head
Manning. S. C., Feb. 4th, 189..
The Lert regular meaetin:.; of "the Harry
Benbow Camap, United Confederate V'eter
ans, will be held in the court house at Man
ning onl Moanday mlh day of March.
By order of
I - C.S. LAsD,
J. T. S-ret's, Commnander.
.By some means our newspaper file
has again become broken, arid it is
important that we should keep our
fle intact. If anybody has the Times
of January 24th, 1894, and January
31st, 1894, they will confer a great fa
vor on us by sending these two copies
Of the County Dispensary at Man.
ning, S. C.
Amt. of Stock on hand Nov. 1st,
1894 .................. $ 963.97
Amt. of Purchases during quar
Total amt. of Stock to account for $5,668.86
Amt. of Sales at invoice prices.. 4,728.36
Amt. of Stock on hand at close of
quarter ................. $ 940.50
Gross bales during quarter..... $5,953.09
Cost of Goods at invoice prices 4,728.36
Gross Profits.................. $1,224.73
Quarterly Expenses deducted... 354.35
Net Profits for Town and County $ 870.38
To Town and County each..... $ 435.19
E. S. ERVJN,
January 31st, 1895.
$100 REW ARD, $100.
The rea.e - of this paper will be pleased
to learn th.it there is at least one dreaded
dise-se that science has been able to cure
in - i its stages, and that is catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure
known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
bein, a conatitrdio ,al disease, requires a
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Care is taken ii? rnally, acting directly on
te blood and mucons surfaces of Lhe sys
tem, thereby de.Aroying the foundation of
the disease, and giving the patient strength
by bu'ding up the constitution and as
sisting nature in doing its work. The pro.
prietors have so much faith in its curativ
powers, that they offer One Hundred Dol
lars for any case that it fails to cure. Senl
for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. CIIENEY & C.,
pHPSold by Druggists, 75c.
The following pupils merited the medals
for the week ending Feb. 1st:
Higher, Marvin Strange; Intermediate,
Lucille Alsbrook; Piiinary, Lilbern Ridge
way and Minnie Levinson.
The conduct medal was voted to Lizzie
'T'he average attendance notwithstanding
the severe weather has been excellent
Pnpils coining in s-ve-rl mniles frowa the
country have not mziss.-d a roll call. The
students are euthusiastie iii their work and
(n giving thorough s.tisfaetion.
E. C. ALsunoox.
UCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
T'he best saive in the worl.1 for ents,
bruises. sores, uteers. salt rhenin. fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains.
corns and all skin eruption, and positively
cures piles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect sansfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25c. per box. For sale by
R. B. L'ryea.
A HOUSEHOLD TREASURE.
D. W. Fuller, of Canajoharie, N. Y., says
that he always keeps Dr. King's New Dis
covery in the house and his family has al.
ways found the very best results follow its
use; that he would not be without it if pro
curable. G. A. Dykeman, drrggist, Cats
kill, N. Y., says that Dr. King's New Dis
covery is undoubtedly the best cough rein
edy; that he has used it in his faumily for
eight years. and it has never failed to do
all that is claimed for it. Why not try a
remedy so long tried and tested. Trial
bottles free at R. B. Loryea's drug store.
Regular size 50c. and $1.00.
DID YOU EVER
Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for 3 our
troublos? If not, get a bottle now and get
relief. This inedicine has been found to
be peculiarly adapted to the relief and cure
of all female cornplints, exerting a won
derful direct influence in giving strength
and tone to the organs. If you have loss of
appetite, constipation, headlache, fainting
spells, or are nervous. sleepless, excitable,
melancholy, or troubled with dizzy spells,
Electric Bitters is the medicine you need.
Health and strength are guaranteed by. its
use. Large bottles only fifty cents at R. B.
Loryea's drug store.
Manning Baptist Church Directory.
Preaching every Sunday, at 11 a. mn.
Sunday school every Sunday, 9:30 a. m.
Prayer meeting every Wednesday 7:30
Deacons' meeting first Friday in each
month, 3 p. in.
Woman's Missionary Society meets every
Friday before the 4th Sunday.
Sunbeams Missionary Society meets sec
ond Sunday in each month, 3 p. m.
Teachers meeting each Friday, 3 p. m.
The male mnembers of the Man ning Baptist
church arc earnestly requested to meet at
the church Saturday Feb. 16th at 3 p. m.
Business of grave importance.
Premature baldness inay be prevented
and the hair made to grow on heads al
raady bald, by the use of EHIIl's Vegetable
Sicilian Hair Renewer.
JUDGE JACKSON'S MALADY.
The Distinguished Jurist a constant Suf
ferer-Returns to His Home.
THOMAsvILLE, Ga., February 1.-Jus
tice Howell E. Jackson left this city in a
special car yesterday for his home in
Tennessee. The justice was accom
panied by his entire family. He had
taken a cottage near this city for the
winter, thinking his throat and lungs
were effected. All trouble in these or
gans disappeared entirely, but during
the last two weeks the feet and legs
became swollen and the liver enlarged
and dropsical. His friends thought it
best that he should return to his own
home, as the trouble was not one to be
aggravated by a colder climate. The
patient suffers from an uneasy sensa
tion about the stomach when he lies
down, whic~h necessitates his sitting up
all the time, even at night.
NO SEPARATE COACH LAW.
The Kentucky Test Sigt A gainst the L. * N.
Decides the Law Unconstitutiona.
LOUIsvILLE, Ky. February 5.-The
case of Rev. W. H. Anderson, of this
city, against the Louisville and Nash
ville railroad was finished In the United
States circuit court at Owensboro
yesterday afternoon. The jury on in
structions from Judge Barr found for
the plaintiff in the sum of one cent,
and assessed costs of court against the
railroad company. This is a test case
to decide the constitutionality of the
Kentucky separate coach law. which
compels negroes to ride in coaches sep
arate from white pe -ple. 'This verdict
declares it unconstitutional. Mir. An
dersonm sues for s0.000. The case will
b' W~e to the supreme court '.* Lhe
THREE KILLED, MANY INdURED.
Fatal 3tesult "f a~ loi--r Jsxplosion in a
I'rovideCnce Ice iiottse.
PntovIDKcE.. R. 1., Fobruary 5.-Pat
rick liehir, fifty years old, and his
cousin, John hiehir, thirty-five years
old. and .Mi:hael D~ary. twenty-one
years old, wet e kiilal an~d sixteen oth
es 'ijured by the explosion o'f a boiler~
a l.'.ar Carpenter & S..s-' ice house.; at
. i1saa g pod -:J0 o'lock y-ester
d I,; 'ai't llchir leraves a wife and
.in.. eiil..ren and ha re!:tives leaves a
he .aw-.rd Wreck Near Auburn.
AN IAr'ebruary 2.-A bad nreek
curred on the Seaboaurd Air Line near
.ubu-n. Ga.. Thurs. ir-y nzi:.ht. A
ri:rh'. train: ju:npedl the track( an
thirt'. ears were dem:olished. The fire
IN SOUTH CAROLINA
Governor Appoints Lady Mana
gers for Atlanta's Exposition.
THE FREIGHT BUREAU AT CHARLESTON
Prominent South Carolinian Laid to Best.
Newberry College Gets Damages.
Darlington Tobacco Assuocia
tion-Other State News.
COLUMX3A, S. C., January 31.-At the
request of the board of women managers
of the Cotton States and International
Exposition which is to be held in At
lanta, beginning on September 18th
and ending on December 31st, Gover
nor Evans yesterday appointed 6 ladies
who are to constitute the board of wo
men managers for the state of South
Carolina. The ladies appointed are:
Mr. Andrew Simonds and Mrs. W. C.
Benet, of Charleston; Mrs. Tillinghast,
of Hampton; Mrs. Joseph E. Earle. of
Greenville. and Mrs. Geo. H. Baker
and Mrs. Willie Jones, of Columbia.
These ladies will be notified in due
course of time of what is to be expected
of them. Their appointments were_
mailed to them last evening.
There will doubtless be further ef
forts in the near future towards secur
ing a suitable South Carolina exhibit
for the exposition.
CHARLESTON FREIGHT BUREAU.
John A. Smith. of New Orleans. Accepts
CHARLESTON,S. C., February 2.-John
A. Smith, of New Orleans, has been se
lected as manager of the Charleston
freight bureau and will begin work
within the next ten days. He was asso
ciated with the Missouri, Kansas and
Texas railroad for several years, be
ginning as depot agent and ending as
general freight agent of the lines in.
Texas, and comes to Charleston highly
recommended. The Charleston freight.
bureau is under the special patronage
of the city council and the five commer
cial bodies of the city, and will make a
fight to the finish against the discrimi
nations which have been practiced
against this city and other south At
MICHAEL KELLY'S FUNERAL.
His Remains Carried to Jersey City For
CHARLESTON, S. C., February 5.--The
remains of the late M. Kelly, who
oied suddenly on Wednesday night last
were sent to Jersey City today for in
terment. They were accompanied by
the very Rev. Dr. Mooney Vicar, gener
al of the diocese of New York, the
Rev. Terrance F. Kelly, a brother of
the deceased. The funeral will be held
in Jersey City at 10 a. m. on tomorrow.
The Steamship Kingdom Apparently Lost.
CHARLESTON, S. C., February 2.
Street Brothers, consignees of the
steamship Kingdom, which is reported
missing, state that they have heard
nothing of the vessel. The Kingdom
sailed from Hamburg with a cargo of
kanit for Charleston. She put in for
coal at Shields, which place she left
forty-one days ago.
From Playing Wthk a Loaded PistoL
LAURENS, S. C., February 2.-Yester
day J. Walter Gray, Jr., the young son
of General Walter Gray, while on his
plantation near here, was playing with
pistoL. It was accidentally discharged,
killing a nine-year old colored boy who
was playing near by. General Gray is
clerk of the house of representatives.
The Newberry College in Luck.
WAsHINGTON, January 31.-A bill ap
propriating $15,000 to settle the claim
of Newberry College, Newberry, S. C.,
for damages done to the college by .the
federal troops who occupied it after the
close of the war, has been favorably
reported from the senate committee on
Darlington Tobacco Growers' AssociatIon.
CHARLESTON, S. C., February 1.-The
Darlington Tobacco Grower's associa
tion was organized at Darlington yes
terday with a large membership.
SOUTH CAROLINA IN BRIEF.
Edward Anderson, late captain of
the Carolina Rifles at Charleston, is
now the general of the Fourth bri
There does not seem to be any en
thusiasm among the Sumter Light In
fantry in the matter of re-enlistment
under the new law.
IHon. B. F. Crayton had a serious fall
from a ladder in his barn at Anderson,
day or two since, by which several of
his ribs were broken.
State Secretary W. M. Lewis is ar
ranging for a large delegation at the
Y. M. C. A. convention to be held in
Aiken, S. C., February 14-17.
Part of the body of an unknown
colored man was picked up Saturday
near Magnolia crossing, Charleston,
the man having been killed by the out
going phospate train on the South Car
olina and Georgia railroad.
The Anderson telephone company
will soon be ready for operation, The
stockholders have already organized.
Capital is all local. Twenty-five sub
scribers have been obtained so far, but
others will soon come in.
QUEEN VICTORIA'S MESSAGE.
Delvered at the Opening of Parliament
Miatters Referred to.
LONDON, February 5.-The queen's
speech on the occasion of the opening
of pailiament today refers to the con
tinued efforts to promote peace between
China and Japan, the conclusion of the
treaty with France in regard to the Af
rican hinterland, and the prospect of an
early settlement of the question cf the
Russian boundary line in Central Asia.
The speech also expresses regret at the
Armenian outrages. asks for an in
rease of the financial provision for
strengthening the navy. The bill pro
ram makes no reference to the ques
tior. of the veto power of the house of
THE GREAT DISASTER IN COURT
Suit Against the Owners of the Cratele to
LONDON, February 4.-The North
German Lloyd manager here is of the
opinion that it is quite competent to
sue the owners of the steamer i.rathie.
The decision, he s::id, rested with . the
cmans officials in lBremnen. A long
costly suit in Germany. England or in
other lands was by no meanis imnprob
Wil Appeai the Judge Longi Pcension Case.
WAsmso'rTos, January 31.-Commilfs
siner of l'ensions Loclhrenx Nays that
he will appeal the case of Judge Long
to the court of appeals of the District of
Columbia as soon as judlgment is enter
ed. Sp-:kl ig <,f Jud~ge Bradler's deci
son, he a: : there is no basis either in
law or lie for it.
Divienit in. Alabarn:. un. T,.-nneR-e lRanks
W.AsmsINos, February 5. - The
Comtroler of the currency has de
clared dividends as follows: Second
dividend 1'- per cent. First National
bank of Fort Payne, Ala.: Fourth divi
dend five per cent., Commercial Na
tional bank of Nashville, Tenn., mak
: MEEK'S NEWS CONDENSED.
"Chcrolhec !*ill" has been captured in
Assistant Secretary McAdoo inspected
the fleet at Fort Monroe Tuesday.
The steamship Lahn, which sailed for
Europe Tuesday, carried 83,582,000
The jury in the case of Jqln F. Dore,
the alleged Boston embezzler, has dis
The daughter of Victor Vifquaiu,
United States consul-general at Pana
ma, is dead.
New York railroad officials are of the
opinion that the Pooling bill will
become a law.
There is abundant proof that the
western pass agreement is in a totter
The treasury gold reserve was re
duced yesterday up to the close of busi
ness to $48,516,193.
The tug Dickinson has been sent from
Chicago to search for the missing
G. W. Dunn has been appointed re
.ceiver for the defunct Merchants' bank
of Binghamton, N. Y.
State Civil Service Commissioner Van
Fleet, of New York, has sent his resig
nation to Governor Morton.
Because the superintendent would
not reinstate a discharged man, 128
miners struck at Mowequa, Ill.
The directors of the St. Paul Com
mercial Club have adopted a resolution
against the Nicaragua Canal bill.
The agricultural appropriation bill,
carrying a total appropriation of S3,-.77,
150, has been passed in the house.
One was killed and several fatally in
jured in a battle between two gangs of
outlaws near Sacred Heart 31ssion, 0.
. Vigo Anderson, the famous solo flu
tist of the Thomas Orchestra., commit
ted suicide at Chicago Wednesday
It is believed that Taylor, south Da
kota's defaulting treasurer, is in South
America, beyond the reach of an extra
The Hawaiian correspondence called
for in the resolution of the house of the
1A inst., was laid before the house
.Monday and or.dered to be printed. .
Two hundred guests at the Allen
house, near the Chicago stock yards,
were evicted by fare Friday night. The
hotel was dtroyed. Loss, '40,000.
Fifteen thousand doll.:rs was distrib
uted among t.. two hundred empluyes
of the co-operative hora mnanufactory
of Congressman Conn at Elkhart Wed
Burglars entered the bauk \ernon,
a small village west of New York. Fri
day night and blew open the safe with
dynamite. They secured $oo in cash
and some valuables.
. The terms of eighty-seven postmas
ters at presidential offices expire during
this mouth. The most important in
the list is Cincinnati. In March the
number will hardly reach half a dozen.
The Baltimore and Ohio Southwest
ern, in conjunction with the Illinois
Central, has put on a fast freight train
between iheinnatti and New Orleans,
to run through in fifty-nine hours.
President Faure, of France, tried to
enter a door leading to pri vate apart
ments in the Elysee palace yesterday,
but not haing the password and not
being recognized, was held as a suspic
W. B. Ryan has received the ap
pointment, of general eastern joint
agent of. the Mexican International,
Inter-Oceanic of Mexico, Mexican
Zqational ad Mexican Central lines,
with headquarters in New York.
Saturday, the 23rd inst., at 2 p. m.
hassbeen set apart for the delivery of
eulogies of the late Senator Stock
bridge, of Michigan, in the house of
representatives. The afternoon of Feb
ruary 26thi for eulogies upon the late
Representative Post, of Illinois.
-It Is said on excellent authority that
the Atlantic Coast line is preparing to
lower the record between New York
and Jacksonville, Fla., and to that end
will in the very near future make an
effort that will far surpass any of its
previous efforts in the matter of reduc
the time between the above points.
Sebator Mitchell, of Oregon, submit
ted an amendment to the post olilee ap
propriation bill providing that no clerk
or letter carrier in the post office de
partment shall be asked for his resig
nation or removed from cervice until
written charges shall have 'b,-en filed
The Baltimore and Ohio express, from
Cincinnati, was wrecked at Woodell,
three miles , west of Washington, Pa.
None of the passengers was seriously
injured. Ed Robinson, a brakeman,
was killed, and Frank Kelly, a brake
man, was badly hurt. The express col
lided with a freight train.
The investigation of the overtime
claims of letter carriers in Boston has
been completed. There were 472 claims.
which aggregated $276,443. The report
recommends the allowance of $172,440.
The claims of carriers in Providence,
R. I., aggregate $21,000, and claims in
Meriden, Mass., and two stations in
New York city have also been adjusted,
making a total of $(0,000.
Non-suit was granted in Pittsburg
yesterday in the case of Waring Broth
ers against the Pennsylvania railroad
for $3,500,000. A suit for $1,500.000 was
entered for alleged rebates due for
freight on oil shipped. Two million
dollars were asked as damage for dis
criminating against the firm. Fourteen
years elapsed between the time of the
alleged discrimination and the filing of
'the suits. _______
Forty-four Lives Were Lost.
PAars, February 5.-A dispatch re
aeived at eleven o'clock yesterday
from Monteaule's mines, say that fifty
two men were in the mine at the time
af the explosion. Of the eight taken
out alive, only two were uninjured.
The number of lives lost is now given
as forty-four. The bodies which have
been removed are burned beyond recog
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Itch on human, mange on horses, dogs
and all stock, cured in 30 minute' by
IWoolford's Sanitary lotion. This r.ever
fails. Sold by R. B. Loryea, the drug
gist Manning, S. C.
Death Was Preferable
To Prostration After the Grip
Hood's Sarsaparilla Built Up and
Cave Perfect Health.
W. H. Wiluian
This is a well-known merchant at Key
West, Florida. His account of his condi
tion after the grip, and how It was cured,
should be read by all:
"I had the grip twice, which came near
ending my existence on the earth, and left
me In a condition to which
Death was Preferable
About five months back I started to take
Hood's Sarsaparilla. I felt the good effects
from the first bottle and by the time I had
taken three bottles I was 50 per cent. a
better man physically than before. I am
now full of ambition and feel that had I
not taken Hood'o Sarsaparilla I should
now be dead and buried. I am thankful
to Hood's Sarsaparilla, which has been
instrumental of so much good to me as
to thousands of others of our fellow men."
W. H. WTLmiA s, B., Key West, Florida.
Hood's Pills become the favorite cathartiO
with everyone who uses them. 25c. per box.
C H IL
ISJUSTAS COOD FOR ADULTS
WARRANTED. PRICE 50 ct:
GALATIA, ILLs., Nov. 1G,19".
never sold an article'that gave such ~uiveral satls
racton as your Tonic. Tours$ t analy. o
For .ale by R. B. Loryea, the Druggist,
Manning. S. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLNA,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON,
By Louis Appelt, Esq., Probate Judge
WHERE AS MARGARET A.
WTHAMES made suit to me, to
grant her Letters of Administration,
of the estate of and effects of A. W.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said A.W.Thames,
Sr, deceased, that they be and appear,
before me in the Court of Probate, to
be held at Manning, S. C., on the 28th
day of February, next, after p~ublica
tion hereof, at 11 o'clodk in the fore
noon, to shew cause, if any they
have, why the said Administration
shuld not be granted.
Given under nwy hand this 5th day
of Februarv. Anno Domini, 1895.
[Seal.] ~LOUIS APPELT,.
Judge of Probate, C. C.
NOTICE OF REGISTRATION.
State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
INX ACCORDANCE WITH THlE PROVIS
ions of an act of the General Assembly,
ratified on the 9th day of February, 1882, I
I will be in the com-t house in Manning. in
the office 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 1.usiness pertaining to my
official duties. G. T. WORSHAM,
Supervisor Registration Clarendon Co.
P. 0. Address: Seloc, S. C.
H AVING PURCHASED THiE PLANT
of the .a tlan tic Phosphate Company,
together with the entire stock, brands and
ood-will, we take this method of thanking
tl-e friends and patrons of the Chicora Fer
tilizer Corapany for their cordial su1port
and patronage in th e past, and nows solicit
patronage of the Atlantie Phosphate Com
pany as well a-; the Chicora brands, guar
anteeing that, nnder the mianage-ment of
Chiciora, tile reputation earned by the At
lantic brands will be fully sustained.
CHIiCOltA FERTILIZER COMPANY.
C HA RLESTON, S. C.
GEO. A. WAGENER. General Manager.
The first of American Newspa
pers. CHARLES A. DANA,
The American Constitution, the
American Idea, the American
Spirit. These first, last, and all
the time. forever.
Daily, by matil, -- -- U a yea.
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sThe Sunday Sun
ithe Greatest Sundayj Newspa
per in the World,
Price 5c a copy. By mail, $2 ayear
iAddres TuE SU:, Nw York.
R.W. NER NT &Sol,
U SUMTER, S. C.
To Our Clarendon Friends:
We are now prepared to offer lower prices than eve'. Call or write'fo
what you want. Our stock is complete. We have added to our
IMMENSE STOCK OF HARDWARE
A LARGE LINE OF
Paints, Oils, Eto.,
AT LOW FIGURES.
HARNESS, SADDLES, LEATHER, ETC.
Great bargains in Guns, Pistols. etc. Headquarters for Powder, Shot;
and Shells (loaded and empty.)
Engine Supplies, Belting, &c.
for COOKING AND HEATING STOVES, Warne
WM. sBnE PPE RD & Co.
I.A RGE = u
i Cooketive LQTCd Livig 1 hi
Send for oircula
Tinware, and price lists.
No. 232 Meeting St., CHARLESTON, S. C.
Askyourgrocer fort. 1o" rCu .co.,w.awa4.ur
W1M. N. BAHR & BRWO. DucA
DAEsIN AND MANUFACTURERS OF $3ORAK.
Cakes, Biscuits and Plain .OR VA
and Fancy Candies. $
Penny Candies and Chewing G sofAs. we've WORKtftI
French Mixtures and OLADIZO*
319 King Street, UHARtLES'ION, S. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Te lehbtvioo hmm
For susor I vr
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bide fr asMortin tgaelega fototaiscu toes.
the or Dais, A ttornmn e f r on f u~- r re, alN ALL STeds ope
said tCounty ofCaedn ntevo S HyA.OrI utmesNGterf
frtMndyingS aCh e . D . 19'b as rdt A :reliND nyfeh
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