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Wednesday, March 6, 1895. e
CHEAP TOBACCO. -
We Keep a Splendid Line of Farmers'
Staple Tobaccos and at Prices That
Will Knock Out the Hard Times.
-"Old Dog, Tray," a plug tobacco
9 inches long and 3 inches wide, for
only 5 cents per plug or 25 cents per C
pound. The best tobacco and the fl
quickest seller ever came to this t
The "Blue Bird," a 9x3 plug, a very
bright and attractive tobacco, only 7
cents per plug or 30 cents per pound.
This certainly is a bargain for the 2
Our Champion, a plug of tobacco
12 inches long and 3 inches wide, at
only 10 cents per plug or 35 cents per ,
und. This is a rapid seller and a
out everything before it. h
'Bonnie Kate, a 9 in. 4 tobacco for 0
1only 0c. per plug or 40 cents per lb.
This is a splendid peice of goods and
will guarantee it to give satisfaction
or money returned. I take special
pride in offering Bonnie Kate to the
public as it is something worth rec- b
We ofer the very best grade flour 0
for only $3.75. c
We offer a splendid patent flour for
only $8.50. t
W. E. JENKINSON.
hManing Baptist Church Directory.
Preaching every Sunday, at 11 a. m- t
Sunday school every Sunday, 9:30 a. m ti
* Prayer meeting every Wednesday 7:30 ]
Deacons' meeting first Friday in each
mooth, 3 p. m.
Woman s Missionary Society meets every s,
Friday before the 4th Sunday. o:
Sunbeams Missionary Society meets see- il
Teachers meeting each Friday, 3p. m.
._ _ _ _ _ _it
Yourtame in Frint.
-Mrs. H. X. Mood is improving. a
-Mr. W. G. King, of Mayesville. was in
-Mrs. Azalie Dove-nee Witherspoon is n
.i-Manmng visiting friends. tl
.-Miss Alice Taylor. of Charleston, is I
visiting at CoL B. P. Barrons. C
A-Mrs. Fannie Williams, of Sumter, is on
iyiit to her mother, .rs. X. 0. Burgess. b
Died. to.day near Brogdons, an infant r
af.r. and Mrs. J. C. Stukes.
- and 6.4 chenille table covers very to
eh'p. Horton Burgess & Co.
Come toManning Saturday. 23d inst., to
a mass meedng which will decide whether
Carendon should be represented in the'
Conference to be heldin Columbia on the
Figured India silk for shirt waist only
2 eents per yard. Horton Burgess & Co. J
Tbe article on finances by "Sawny" in n
or last issue has received considerable
from thos competant to judge.
4 have no doubt that "Sawny" will ap
pear again in these columns.
Mrs. W. A. Driggers a lady living near
Aleolu was severaly burned yesterday. She
wa working in thefield and her clothing
* anght on fire from a brush pile. She
was. 30 badly burned that fears are enter
tained for her. Dr. W. M. Brockinton was
called and he dressed the wounds.
Delicious confectionery for sale by Rt. B.
4jorathe druggst. -It
issterday cne colored citizen from the t
entyswore if the registry mian don't1 a
gi.him a certificate he will leave the
b~t. Now we.hope that the obstacles in
-eWay of some of our colored friends willr
haeteefc fcuigte to cutr
the citizenship of this State and build i
Upthat of another State, it would be b~
Ladies are invited to call and examine I
any stock of fine fiower seeds. IR. B. Lor- f
.T'he Confederate Veteran had a meeting o
is:IeLeod's hall last Monday. They re
electd the old ofeer, also elctda dele
atto attend the reunion of veterans to
helb.d in Houston Texas next May. Col. a
H. L. Benbow, Kaj. C. S. Land, Captain (
D.J.Bradham, Dr. A. J. White, and bl.
Levi, are the delegates. Steps were taken
by the Camp and a committee appointed
to seek aid for needy veterans. 1
9I dozen ladie's gauze undervests 5 cents
each cr 6 for 25 cents. Horton Burgess1
Mr. (Cliord, a blind man gave a musi
csi entertainment at the Institute hall last ~
3Monday night. The entertainment was ]
'wrt the price of admission considering c
the fact that the money spent was in aid
of one who-had lost the precious privilege
ofisight. A silver cup was voted to the
ung~ lady in the house and Miss f
- c arned' off the prize. A
cake of soap was voted to Mr. J. Hl.
Lesesne for being the laziest man in the
.Onion sets for sale by Loryea, the drug
We return many thanks to Mr. Geo.
L. Diekson for an invitation to attend the
grdation exercises of the medical class )
owhichhe is aflmemberalso for the same 1
courtesy extended us by the faculty. Man- f
ning wi- have two to graduate from the
Chrlson&edicalecollege this year. Messrs.
Clarendon Barron and Geo. L Dickson, C
bth of whom have the well wishes of the
entire community, and we cilaim that said
college has never sent from its honored
alls two young men that will excel Dick
onand Barron in gentility and honor.
Thesbommenlcemient exercises take place in ~
the academy of music on the eveming .of ,
thelMth inst., and we know our boys will
equit themselves handsomely.
Our spring goods are here, ready for in. I
peeinn. Give us a look before buying
weot - save you money. Horton Burgess
Last Monday Supervisor of Registratios
Worham was beceiged all day bya clam'
-rn crowd of colored men. Te number
mkngto be registered is estimated at
about two hundred. On account of the
eglrequirements only one succeeded in
-bann -a certificate. In order for a voter
to get a eer/Seate for one that was lost he
has to umake a orescribed affdavit and thisi
semed tol...: obstruction in the way of I
the crowd. Some of them displayed theirt
disappointment by making all kind of
on-sensical threats, while others took the
matter in a more philosophical manner.
One darkey sized up the situation by tell-]
ing the crowd "dat de buckra had too
much sonse to let do nigger get on top.
again." The spectacle that presented itself|1
here ad from the reports in the daily pa-f
psthe same was ali over the State and it
shudcause contending white men to stop
and consider. It should have the effect of1
aking them lay aside their prejudices and
prepare for the coming contest in a apmrt 1
of unit . United, our people are in no
Aangr but scattered into contending fac
gene they wilfall and be the victims of.
their over foolishness. Every white man
hould and must be registered and it is as.
much our duty now to look de~r the regis
taion of our people as it was to organize
hem in 1q76. We did a mighty work then
sad we should do no less now. If there is
a white man in your community not regis
tered sh'ow bimr the necessity of his being
risee. Bemember in the election for
de gacto the constitutional convention
only one box is to be voted in and unless
we out number the colored registered
voters we are beaten and that element will
tcontrol of the convention upon which
efuture destiny of the white man in this
State lrey depends. Let us get together
mnd mrhin solid phalanx to the polls.
It isor duty todo so; we owe it to our
saelves and our children demand it of us.
Fresh and genuinegaden seed for sale
AwE.B. Loryea, theDrgs.
Prof. E. J. Browne, of the Collegiate In
itute. has received a letter from Presl
ent Wilson, of Converse college, in which
xe writer after paying a high compliment
> the work done by Mr. Browne as a teach
r, offers him a scholarship to give to some
'orthy young lady in his school who will
ttend the college. The scholarship is
orth fifty dollars a year for two years.
[ere is a good opportunity for some young
6dy that desires to get a college educa
For genuine seed potatoes, go to R. B.
oryea, the druggist.
Died, last Friday night, Maj. Pinckney
'. Benbow. aged sixty-seventy years. The
meral took place on Sunday morning in
ie Manning cemetary. The deceased had
ten in feeble health for a number of years
id on last Friday he was in the court
om listening to the court proceedings,
id apparently in better health than
sual. He retired that night about ten
clock and his wife discovered a la
red breathing; aid was summoned, but
fe was extinct. Maj. Benbow was a
rominent figure in county affairs. He
rned as local trial justice and afterwards
school commissioner and by reason of
is profession; that of surveyor, he was
ten consulted in matters where real estate
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
raises, sores, ulcers. salt rheum, fever
>res, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
>rns and all skin eruptions, and positively
ires piles or no pay required. It is guar
iteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
funded. Price 25c. per box. For sale by
R. B. Loryea.
From a letter written by Rev. J. Gun der
an, of Dimondale, Mich., we are pernAt
d to make this extract: "I have no hesi
tion in recommendIng Dr. King's New
iscovery, as the results were almost mar
lous in the case of my wife. While I was
istor of the Baptist church at Rives June
on she was brought down with pneumon ia
iceeding La Grippe. Terrible paroxysms
coughing would last hours with little
teraption and it seemed as if she could
At survive them. A friend recommendet
r. King's New Discovery; itwas quick in
s work and highly satisfactory in results."
Trial bottles free at R. B. LORYEA'S
rug Store. Regular size bottles 50 cents
FOUR BIG SUCCESSES.
Having the needed merit to more than
ake gcxd all the advertising claimed for
em, the: following four remedies have
-ached phenomenal sile. Dr. King's New
iscovery. for consumption. Coughs ani
ods, each bottle guaranteed-Electric Bit
rs, the great remedy for Livcr, Stomach
id Kidneys. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the
st in the world, and Dr. King's New Life
ills, which are a perfect pill. All these
,mcdies are guaranteed to do just what is
aimed for them and the dealer w.hose
nme .s attached herewith will be glad to
11 you more of them. Sold at R. B. LOR
EA'S Drug Store.
The following pupils merited the medals
r the week ending March 1:
Collegiate, Lizzie Warr; intermediate.
lia Ridgway;primary, Ermine Burgess and
Lizzie HollidiT was voted the condct
E. C. A.szoox.
The bluo-bird is hailed as a harbinger
Spring. It is also a reminder that a
too purifier is needed to prepare the
stew for the debilitating weather to
ime. Listen and you will hear 'the birds
naging: "Take Ayer's Sarsaparilla in
[arch, April, May."
Editor The Manning Times :--Af
rr hybernating for sometime from
2e extreme cold weather, we are
gain thawedl out.
Our farmers are making rapid
rogress towards getting their lands
ady for sowing the seed, and it i.
redicted by many, an abundauti
arvest will be made.I
We learn that there will be a starch
ctory in Summerton in tbe near
ture, which will induce a great
iany of our farmers to plant largely
Mr. 0. 0. Scarborough's large
rm is progressing finely, under the
ble management of Mr. T. H.
entry. We are watching this farm
ery closely, and will note the out
ome. If it proves what we believe
will, we can't see why more of our
srge farmers can't utilize convict
The St. Paul Temperance band in
'etting up a concert under the effi
ient management of Miss Willie
bowers, and others. St. Paul Sun
ay school had one a year or so
go, which would have done credit
a trained troupe, and this bids
sir to excel that.
What is our supervisor doing? We
an't hear anything from him. Our
oads and bridges are almost im
assable. We had our buggy broken
own on the famous Taw Caw caus
ay last Sunday while on our way to
ireachng. This is the third buggy
e have had broken on that causway
a the last six years. How long be
:>re it will be remedied. It seems to
e that somebody is neglecting their
[uty along this line. Who is it?
Benbows, S. C., March 4, 1895.
"A crick in the back," a pain under the
oulderblades, water brush. billiousness
nd consumption, are symptons of dis
rdered stomach, kidneys, liver, and
owels. For all ailments originating in a
erangement of these organs, take Ayer's
Now is a good time to subscribe to the
'imes and as an extra inducement we
ave placed on exhibition in the show
r'indow of M. Levi's store our prize ma
hine. Go and look- at it, and you are
ound to say it is a beauty. This machine
Svalued at'forty-five dollars and some one.
f our paid up subscribers will get it sure.
We have in stock needles for the follow.
ng sewing machines: American. Davis,
)oomestic, Household. New Home, Remning
:>n, Sin~er ('all styles). Victor, Weed,
C'heler & Wilson, White, and Wilson,
Iso, rubber, belts, and Excelsior sewing
:achino oil, warramnted not to gum. R. B.
.rr~yea, the daggisat.
English spavin Liniment removes all
Lard, soft or callorused lumps and blemishes
rm horse's, blood spavins, curbs, splints,
weeny, ri::g-bone, stifles, sprains, all
wollen throats, coughs, etc. Save $50 by
ise of one bottle. Warranted the most
ron derful blemish cure ever known. Sold
>y R. B. Loryea, the druggist, Man
ding S. C.
Co every man in Clarendon County:
This will infor-n you that I am agent for
Wnnnamaker & Brown, "largest clothing
rouse in America.
When you want clothing of the best ma
erial, best workmanship and best fit at
owest price, come and see me.
The resources of Wannamaker & Brown
is clothiers, are unlimited, and you can
rnjoy the benefits of their resources by con
;ulting me when in need of clothing.
Elegant samples of all wool material for
;pring 1895 just received, come and see
E. S. ERVIN,
For Wannamaker & Brown, Philadel
Full concaved razors exchanged for any
good brand of old heavy razors at A. B.
N SOUTH CAROLINA
Ourrent News for the Week
Throughot the State.
IEGRO REWARDED FOR HIS RENESS
1lelten-Wilson Contest in the 4th District.
The Spartanburg Telephono Company.
Other State News Condensed
I* Short Paragraphs.
PRosPERIr, S. C., February 28.-Dur
ing the first of the snow, Randall Wil
son, colored, stripped one of his chil
Iren, whipped it unmercifully, forced
it to jump into a tub of ice water and
then fastened it up in an outhouse
Leaving It there to freeze. A knowl
dge of the facts caused a party of ne
roes to visit Wilson's house at night,
take him out, strip him, roll him about
in the snow until he knew what it was
tobe cold and then to make him very
warm with plum switches. He prom
Ised to do better.
THE ARREST OF THE VESSEL
Ehe Schooner Carolina Seized in South
Carolina In the Bands of a Deputy.
CHARLEsSON. S. C., March 1.-The
schooner Carolina whieh was seized
ere a few days ago by the dispensary
=onstables while endeavoring to land a
mrgo of whiskey at one of the wharves
was yesterday taken possession of by a
leputy United States marshal who is
ow in charge. The arrest of the ves
el was upon a libel for possession in
stituted by the captain and owner of
he Carolina. The action will take the
ispensary law into the federal courts.
FOURTH DISTRICT CONTEST.
[t is to be Without the Taking of Any
CoLurA, S. C., February 28.-It
seems that Capt. L. D. Melton's contest
Af Mr. Stanyarne Wilson's seat in con
ress is to be without any testimony
hatever. Mr. Wilson filed his answer
o Capt. Melton's notice of contest on
Dec. 27. The forty days allowed by
aw after that date for the taking of
estimony expired on Feb., 5. and no
iestimony whatever was taken. Thus
;he contest stands and has to stand so
ar as evidence goes.
SPARTANBURG TELEPHONE CO.
Le Secretary of State Has Granted the
Charter-Capital Stock 810,000.
SPARTAfBURG, S. C., February 28.
'he secretary of state yesterday grante
d a charter to the Spartanburg Tele
>hone company. The required amount
>f the capital stock of $10,000 has been
ubscribed and paid in. The directors
ire J. T. Calvert, J. T. Jennings, W. 3.
ones, Alexander Long, A. B. Calvert
d S. J. Simpson.
Reported Lynching Thought to bte a Fake.
ALiLEDALE, S. C., March 5.-The re
ort of the lynching at Allendale, S C.,
>f Robertson, sent out by the Western
ssociated press from Augusta, is evi
lently a fake.
rronluent South Caruninlan Dead.
CnAnFstos. S. C.. February 28. -
ion. William Al'ston Pringle, for many
ears recordller of this city, died here
ast night. aged 72 years.
SOUTH CAROL!NA IN SRIEF.
Mr. D. G. Zeigler is now preparing
ans for the erection of eleven cottages
t Greenwood. S. C.
It is said that Laurens county
->romilses a sensatiOn in the not distant
rutre in the war of a rich gold find.
Colonel D. F. Duncan has been elected
,erk oi the board of .railroad commis
~ioners to succeed Mr. M. T. Bartlett.
Dr. C. L. Clawson, of Chester. has
rought suit against Mayor S. C. James,
.ndividually for $5,000 damages for
The Vanderbilt society of Charleston
:as decided to visit Greenville in May
> pay a tribute to the memory of Dr.
[?.. N. Wells, who was an active, hon
>red member of the society.
The city council of Plorenc has ap
propriated the sum of 850, or as much
~hereof as necessary to pay the ex
enses of three men to go nor th for the
urpose of interviewing capitalists re
arding the establishment of a cotton
nill at that place.
State Dispenser Mixon Friday re
:eived a dispatch stating that the dis
ensary at Waguer. in Aiken county.
bad been totally destroyed by fire. The
stock on hand was valued at about
Ah500. The property was insurid. The
,rigin of the fire is unknown..
Mr. Moise Hair, of Elk, fI-year-old
son of F. N. Hair. Esq., is sid to have
on the championship as the best shot
in Barnwell county, making a highland
record that discounts even the pred-.
:lent's performances on salt water.
During the blizzard he brought down
eight ducks at the B3rigadier pond at
one shot, and secured seven of them,
the lot weighing thirty-three pounds.
The Proposed Unaiversity of Ameriea.
WAsNGTON, February 28.-Repre
sentative Hainer, of Ne braska, has in
troduced a bill to establish the Ujniver
sity of America, in which each state,
torritory and congressional district
shall be entitled to an equal propor
tionate number of students, chosen by
means of open competitive examina
tions. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
But All on Crew Were saved.
WAsNGTON, D. C., March 2.-Super
itendent Kimball of the life-saving
service is informed that the Bark
Woodan, of Stettin, Germany, from St.
Pierre. to Wilmington, N. C., in ballast,
crew of 11, stranded off Frying Pan
Shoals, N. C., yesterday The crew
National Bank Ia Nebraska Fails.
WASINGToN, March 2.-Comptroller
Ekels is informed that the Holbridge
National bank, of Holbridge, Neb., cap
ital 375.0, failed yesterday. The bank
owes $50,000. Bank Examiner Whit
more has been directed to take charge
o the broken bank.
Contract Goes to a Chicago Firm.
WAsIGToN, March 1.-The contract
for the erection of the public building
at Newberne, N. C., was yesterday
aawrded to Grace & Hyde, of Chicago,
Ill, at $27,726.
2,500 yards new spring ginghams dress
styles, at 5 and 6'- cents, sold elsewhere at
i aand 83 cents. Horton Burgess & Co
On last Tuesday. Feb. 20th, one heavy,
black overcoat with white checked trim
ning. between L. K. Howles and James E.
Kelly's. A liberal reward will be given to
myy~one who will ret.arn samieto ice.
J. 0. Goron.
Wated.-A youtg white mian that can
make himself usefai about a livery stable,
and of good character, by Thomas & Braid
By some means our newspaper file
has again become broken, and it is
important that we should keep our
fil intact. If anybody has the Times
of January 24th, 1894, and January
3st, 194, they wvill confer a great fa
THOSE WHO WILL NOT RETURN.
!enators Whose Terms Expired on the Ad
journment of Conarer. .
WAsHINGTON, March 5.-Tle soe:tors
whose terms expired yestday on the
idjournment of the fifty-third congress
sre Messrs. Butler, of South Carolina;
Camden, of West Virginia; Carey, of
Wyoming; Coke, of Texas: Dixon. of
Rhode Island; Dolph, of Oregon; lig
gins, of Delaware; Munton, of Vir
ginia; McLaurin, of Mississippi ; Mc
Pherson, of New Jersey; Manderson,
Df Nebraska; Martin, of Kansas; Pow
er, of Montana; Ransom, of North
Carolina; Shoup, of Idaho; Walsh, of
Georgia; Washuburn, of Minnesota,
and Wilson, Iowa.
ENDORSE CRISP FOR DELEGATE.
The House Proposes Him as a Eepresenta
tive to the Monetary Conference.
WASHINGTON, March .-The follow
ing resolution was presented in the
house at a late hour last night by Mr.
Bailey, democrat of Texas, and passed
without a dissenting vote amid ap
plause-Mr. Richardson, democrat of
Tennesse, being in the chair:
Whereas, It 5s the earnest desire of the
house of representatives that the speaker shall
be one of the delegates to the international
monetary con-crence on the part of the house
Resolved, That the Hon. Charles F. Crisp is
hereby reques-td to designate himself rs one
of the three delegates to be selected by him in
pursuance to the provision of law.
REVENUE MEN ON THE RAID.
Fiye DHcit Distllerles Captured In Ran
dolph and Cleberne Counties, Ala.
ANNIsToN. Ala-, March 4-Govern
ment officials have just returned from
a raid on the boundary between Ran
dolph and Cleberne counties, within a
radIrs of four miles, five illicit distil
leries were found. One had a capacity
of 150 gallons and was run by stcan.
A running ight was had betwen the
operatives of the last one and the offi
cials but no officer was hurt, Two of
the moonshiners were thought to have
been wounded. A great deal of beer,
whiskey and mash was destroyed and
the officers have the offenders located.
WITH S!O,000,000 OF CAPITAL,
A New Rallroad Corporation of the State
RIcuxoD. Va.. March 5.-Mr. E. C.
achon. of New York. president of the
Old Dominion construction company.
arrived here yesterday ard paid the
charter fee on the Chesapeake. Shen
dun and Western railroad charter. Ile
gave out that the company would prob
ably spend 8S.000.000 in Virginia. The
projected route of the road is from some
point between the Potomac and the
York rivers to the West Virginia state
line. The authorized capital is 510.
000,000 and the corporators %re mostly
from the valley of Virginia.
BASE BALL MEN CONVENE.
The Southern Asgociation Holds a M1eeting
At N.hvle, T,-nn.
NAsgVII.I.E. T::nii., March 5.-The
Southern association of bas&ball clbs
met here yesterday. President Nickiii
reported that all to:ans had conplie
with the requirementls of the thons:iu
dollar deposiT as a guarantee to play
the season out. Trr sm ees were r.amed
to take care of thi innd. A i-,ard of
irectors to settie Iin::ly all disputes
was named. A !ce.:u:e wra
fixing April 25, as the day of operaing
The Stato of Geor~!:L. WIt seh' th:> Ito.d at
an Ea~rly .Dte
A-rLAN-rx, March ;.- Some time
ago the state of Geri took- control
of the Northeastern railro'ad to sctur
itself. th.e state having guar::nt.:ed the
road's bonds. Under an act of the last
enere~l assembly the goternor will sell
the road at an early date. The road's
indebtedness to the state is $i60.000.
Delegates to the Monetary Conference.
WAsmINGToN, March 5. - Speaker
Crisp has announced the appointment
of Representative Culberson, of Texas.
democrat, in place of Mr. Catchings, of
fississippi, democrat, as heretorfore
anounced, and Representative Hitt, of
[llinois, republican, to serve with him
self as delegates to the international
Government Not Paying Expenses.
WAsHINGTON, March 2.-For two
hirds of the current fiscal year (ex
:luding the amount due the treasury
sinking fund) the expenditures of the
;overnment have exceeded the receipts
by 36,275,000 as shown by the treasury
afiicial statement of receipts and ex
penditures issued yesterday.
Queen LU Sentenced.
HOsoLULU. March ~--A correspon
lent was informed yesterday morning
by a cabinet officer that ex-Queen Lil
okalani has been sentenced to serve
ae years in prison, and to pay a fine of
$,000. It is understood that the sen
ance will not be changed by the presi
Captain 1. G. Fleming's Successor.
SAvANNAH, Ga., March 5.-It is re
orted here that Mr. George WV. Haines
.vil succeed Captain R. G. Fleming as
superintendent of the Savannah. Flori
ia and Western railway. Mr. Haines
.s now superintendent of the Bruns
w~ick and Western railroad.
seed For Droaght sufrerers.
WASHINGTON, D. C., March 2.-The
enate inserted in the sundry civil ap
3riation bill an amendment appropria
ding $300,000 for seed to be distributed
o the people whose crops were de
stroyed by drought last summer.
Leonard scott, the Publisher, Dead.
JAcKSONVILLE, Fla., March 2.-Leon
ird Scott. founder of the Leonard Scott
publishing company of New York, died
aere last night of chronic bronchitis,
iged 5 years. The remains wil be
forwarded to New York today. .
Judge Lincoln F. Bri;gham Dead.
SAtE,. Mass., February 28.-Lincoln
P. Brgham, ex-chief justice of the su
erior court of Massachusetts, died yes
lerday aged 70 years.
A Sewinlg Machine Free.
Do you want a first-class sewing
machine ? Now is your time to get
it. Every subscriber to the Manning
'imes that has his subscripiion paid
up to the 4th day of July 1895, will
be entitled to compete for one of the
best sewing machine made by the
New Home Sewing Machine Com
pany. On the 4th day of July we
ill take the names of every paid-up)
subscriber and place them in a hat,
and on the back of each slip of paper
containing a name will be a number.
The number drawn corresp~onding
with the one selected by some disir.
terested party will be the one to ear
r off the machine. Subscription
price of the Times is $1.50 a year,
and ouly such as have their subsc.rip
tions paid to 4th of July 1895, will
have a chance at the machine.
The Times office has now a full supply
of blanks. Call when in aced of anything
N'W AlOiNT dd[i
Facta and Stggestie.s Co:cer-'
Ing the Sltatica.
Wg ESS TO G"TERS CO :E T PLE
What the Depresslon I; Due to. How to
Remedy it and Whbn to rruceed.
The Question rIscassed by
One In Position.
WASHINGTOx, March 4.-The follo
ing is a copy of a letter written to cot
ton growers by Alfred B. Shepperson,
editor of Cotton Facts, and se:-etary of
the sub-committee oa cotton of the
senate committee on cgriculture :
Washington. 1). C.. M.rch 2. 12f5.
To tho Cotton Growers of the Sou:h:
I have no pecuniary interest whatever in the4
cotton market and it is wIll known to pron:.
nent rerehants all over the country that I
never have had any. As :. close o server of
all nuatters pertaining to cotton. I hae thoughIt
it wcu!d not be deemed o:t of place to pre.'t4-t
to the cotton growers o' the country c;oI
facts and suggestiogs coacerning *he cotton
The price of middling cc tton in New York is
nov:.i-lG cents per pounc. against 7 cents on
March Ist. S4. while corr i.: now -0 cents per
bushel in Ch!cago against 35 cents a year ago.
The dacline in cotton is over twenty-five per
cent, while the advance il corn is thirty per
The New York quotatio:is for cotton and t'.e
Chicago quotations for corn. however, do not
really present the econoimic aspect of the r-at
ter in its strongest light. is the cet:on g: ower
does not receive the New York pr!cc for his
cotton. but actually gets; very much less, as
freight to New York and 1ll handing and sell- h
Ing charges and the cotton buyers prolit have
to be deducted so that tha planter. at present
prices. only obtains about four cents per pound
for middling cotton, and the crop will not
average so high in quality as that grade.
Neither does he get at the Chica:;o price the
corn he has to buy, as freieht and chnrres and
usually a large profit are added to the Chic:.to
price. so that to-day the southern fariner who
buys corn Instead of raising it. has .o C5 to 70 _
cents per bushel for it.
Corn is the most Important cereal for the
south as its abunlance and cheaarcss insue
ample food for the farmers and their arimas. U
while on insuMlcient supply and highi price ini
volve the oppcsite results;. The Fot'thern co.L
ton growers obtain a larc:e proporLon of their
grain and nzeat froan ither se.tin..c-f the' C
country. Confronted novr with a s; rink
r.ge in the valuo of cot:on c.:.. with a W
great appreciltion !n the vzlue of -r :n. tho it
uation seers to imper.:ively - of tie
cotton growers n reducti :, *-3:4 of 1.e JC
acrea;e devoted to cotto:: and an increase giv
en to food and forage cro;s.
The preuCil de::sion in cotto:i i., %!:0 in
great part to the very izr::e stocks ":: l'urcpean
and American markets :nd the fe: .r hat he
acreage in cotton will not be reauced this
year. Nhyithst:andin.: the fa: that the ju
spinners have i..ht n:.h u. t ctton thin, P1
last season, the stceks in Eiucpn :: Amc- be
ican markets are four huntdred - -sind. b.ies
more than at this tine st year.
The price of cott.n i at the 'o.v:sst point h
since 1S3. an.!I ar;::e co .ti : - (
doubtedly scnd it still I Er-. Ev1r, 'vn'cr CC
know.; that prc-cat pri ; ' ea- n :ru :n:.ch j U
below th ':r: co p of
uviev of th 1:- fo
cpm.:end as m:'e-iy for .. - : intrests
of the cotton: : r :
material euita. o : e
spring a an ~ h
crops adthtr, :J,"" to ile
ble t: ot a r a - -ar -. i.; .u:: for
acLnL:.y:r . : . .
ALLs.: U j,. 'ii''no1.~
SiSSELL LEAVE THE Csi NEZT.
Honr. W. L. N7ibsc n. --'tV V!:-:;.-::lat Suc
cceds 1im a P'ost: ter--.:wraL
WAsmxlc~oNo. Februaryv :'i.-Fo)mas
ter Gen erni 1i:>sei1 s::t a t all doubt
as to his purpcse (of rem~nhin.. in the
cabinet by tendering his res'gnation to
President Cleveland yesterday after
noon. This action was not taken has- '
tily. As far back as the early autuman, t
Mr. Itisse11 felt that his law practice at
]lufzlo required his persornl attention
and at that time he notified the presi
dent that sooner or later he would be ..
eompelled to retire to private life.
Nothing further passed betwe-en the S
two gentlemen with reference to the
matter until ten days ago when Mr.
Bissell again assured the president that
he must soon resign his portfolio. C
DUN'S FAILURE REPORT.
Decided Decrease in Llbblilties Over Those
of Year Ago.
NEW Yon., March 2.-RI. G. Dun &
Co., in their report of tratde, say:
The failure;; ef three wechs of February have
shown lia ili ties amounting to 8.5r3.028 against
$11.4d0.IlS for the same wcuh:; last: y.:ar. In
maufactu-ing $r2.57.050 acr:dnst i5.0O5.i7 last
c .adntadi'g 9.~.-i..)- against $1.291.93
hst ye .: .iure~ fortin week have been
270 in the United States tah;inst e31 last year, ju
and ar. Canada SS against 42 last year. I
V eseran s.howmt-n Pnssae Away. F
JAc5o"v'Lts, Fla., Mach 5.-W. C. at
Coup, tne v eteran showman. died yes- de
terday at St. Luke's hospital in this ha
city after a week's illness of pneumo- of
nia. Hle was on a tour of Florida with i
a show under the title of Coup, Cooper co
& Company. co
O'Gornman, the Irish Nationa.Lat, Dead, of
Naw YoRK. March: 2.-Richard O'Gor- th
man. the eminent Irish rationalist, l
scholar and orator, died at 10 o'clock Ci
last night at his home in this city, in sa
the 75th year of his -age. Two years les
ago he had a severe attack of the gripp bc
and his- death was the result. SI
Death of George D. Boyden. a
CUICGOo, February 2$. - George D. ir
Boyden, one of the heaviest operators ftu
and one of the best known members of th
the bonrd of trade, died in his apart- D.
ments at the Union League club last -
night. aftcr a short illness, of quinsy.
Cleveland PreparIng for Another Huant.
WAsmNGToN, March 2.-The indica
tions are that the president expects to
go to North Carolina on a fishing and
ducking trip shortly after adjournment
of congress. He will go on the Violet. Cl:
-Generat P'ost's, succesor In Congress. Hv
GALVA. Ill.. March 1.-George W.
Prince, of (.--I Turg, was yesterday
nominatLed oni ti:-: 1.:7th batllot i~ the
tenth republican eo::vcntioan to succeed -
General Post in con;;ces.j
N:- York Treasury Dlalances.
Nrw Yoaxt, March 5.-Treasury bal
ances : Coin, e60,76t3,000 ; cerrency,
- *,,a 'OTH ERS,
~SAp# 'Cure You.
Itch on human, mange on. horses, dogs
and all stock, cured in 30 minutes b
Wooifor's Sanitary lotion. This never
fails. Sold by R. B3. Loryea, the drug
gist ManninrSC.K (I P
r.H. T. Avery .
P ring Medcine
cod's Sarsa-parilla Is Just Right
Iam happ to state that I am convinced
Iood's Srsmarilla 1s the beshmedicine
that I hav e eiver takzen. Last spring I
was completely w-orn out. I
Had N1o Strength
d o ny-.hing. Trhe least v-ork I did
fatigued me very much. I also came
verv near losing the sight of one of my
e7 s. I began ta'cing H-ood's Sarsapa
Sand healt.., strength, appetite.and
clear eyesight -were restored to me. I
o od's- v)Sra
44AZ Zl 1W arilla
,Te taken o ther lre
l'ound no relief un- AQ
til I gave Hood's Sarsaparilla a fair trial
[ am convinced it is superior to all
others. The good it did me is inexpress
Mbe." H. T. AVE7RY, Lovejoy, Georgia.
loo d's Pills are purely vegeta'ole, and do
it purge, pain or gripe. Sold by all druggists.
ATEL OF SVOUTH GABOLMS
COUNTY Orr CLARENDON.
3)UR7 OF -CO *MMO1N PLEA"S.
.Scott Harvin, Plainti.f,
hn P. Broek and The Bank of
Uod'10 FOrFRELU E AND SA L.
U-NDER.4A.ND BY VIRTURE OF A
gmpent of tahe Court of Comvmon
eas, in the above stated action,
arin date Mtareh 1st, A. D. 1895, I
11 sell at public auction, to the
gh est bidder for cash. at Clarendon
Ert house, at .Manning, in said
ntv, -within the legal hours for
-liciudles on Monday, the 1st day
April,.85,i being- salesday, the
aLowing deveribed re.il estate:
ver thar tract or arec of land fit
.ted inL Clarendon couIny, '1In Mid
ate, cntain Hood's nred
rock:, and li :lth. soth ay peitands
R. J. 11A D7HA2
co eit Cea restoed tomcty.
edies Bday linif
found E. Anref Juin- oye
Amle." JI . BoEy, oesy GL.rgar
vin,' WPisame A. Hygeavin, and
Joh J.ge parin ie Soledyalnuits.
FAT T OF FSOE!.T8 &! AOLI.
3DER AND BYCVIRTUEDOF.
>Scotte Haion, beringdat
7, uon he flloin tersoe
hn P.a n le ad Tce an ofdi
ithouse, atfeMannigi s.
dint ofhi the Coual or Coro
aprilgdt c s, A. ). 195, benIaedy
11ll at pulc pact, tacthof
td irt husat Mning, dbing id
tydo coitin the gate horsfor
April.nt aibing yaesaymore
lioying einb real sackvle n
lhattck Ronnest oy land sit
rksIl an boundarie asut wil or
sae made byP .ebw
D~ : r.J.BA A,
ainistao *- * h-eat o.M s.S.S
CUT. H. CLARTIDN
a Ainmt traor
iA ver, Je. Boy,, MsesL.5.r
on . Harvin.eedns
gnt order ofnd C.orat oLaorn
)n]lAs NING me drCtei. h
-oreated aCEon, ber dat
-iny thA.1.13,Iwl seleced
pubcrcion to the highest bid-5
3TUPITER, S. C.
To Ou OkrndonFriendls:
We ar- nw precpare to cier lower prices than ever. Call'or writepfor
what you I1nt Our stoick is conlete. We have added to our
CILEU S1DCK OF HARDWARE
ALARGE LINE OF
Paints, Oils, Etc.,
AT LOW FIGURES.
HARNESS, SADDLES, LEATHER, ETC.
Great bargains in Guns, Pistols, etc. Headquarters for Powder, Shot,
and Shells (loaded and empty.)
Engin Supi s eling, &c.
Elieadquarzers 9%]JfA1IHETN SOES Warranted.
f"or WING AND HEATNC STOVES,w
WKM. SHEPPERD CO.
07 ~ - Lot Living him.
Send for eirculars
. Liware and price lists.
No. 232 Meeting St., CHARLESTON, S. C.
Iv--!301 WI F~T= 1W sp CA w m
Lti,7l' esa3m,"' ttass ,i" Bampi1e.
Allegro Ist time. Zdtime.
"Qv& ucr a-:c3ownar." 3f llwc'T cicu:od tho best:
g "Absolute d -rctr4 (Or2.) . . Clai is aplace above th 2est.'
2W ith ten nennies got am-p CZ your Grocerr.-y day; ,Wan
Ifi, is not sat - "sIc-tion (Gad.) . . . . Eb you pennieswllrC-paT
Ho- a r-l's all su - ciel Frilurether-ov.-llnever ha
Forsncceas wilc7-eol-low (onL) . . . . Thosewho useQ. C. B. P.I
-06-0 -0 - -06 ~ -0
BEWAR 1 is the whole story
of imitation trade
marks and labels. about
9 * Costs no more than other packagesoda-never spoils
4u111 .30 age5. flonr-niverssflyackno,1edged pnrestin eworid.
Made only by CHURCH &e CO., New York, Sold by grocers everywhere.
Write for Arm and Hammer Book of ,a.nable Reelpee-FZF..
Tild ESESA 6LISSHED iEGI.
1' ?K01 OfEUlA I E KNOWN 9 ino heBgWth
t LD YO V'WILL 8B!Y THlE SL21ES 1
S:T ETM 79 I
.~~~ "Uedbyth retet y ;. atit
.} througraoit the~ wodld.
"Chiosen by all musical connoisseurs orMcieNelsEc
and peope of reineoment, w'ho appre-.*
eseu exquisite tons and the artstiR ENSE DS
-t yi'w re algt Sln~ ei._C
o den i, -ited~;A.. ;ati:)ue fo r -.
he* - .i'(i tori.' a RewBngLoryhin
* -.4 one that ' '
f T~4 ~ r i -:~ .no ,4in. the ' wol thatr gg~t
ct. nia 11-41 U'" 7.chnia con- jstrcie a m esesoko
n appearanCRSorN'S, AND:rANDy
onbt"ie. O ' : Ced Onion S/td ano othere hee
on ad justabv:: ce Oersctstsured emgtmerseort
bthe minimum.~c elin ut' reh
W R IT FO. LOR-Y-A,
in ra~ao -. tn.e wr that W e o oet o
cc '~..~ '~chnL. cn W.F LS M
- Signof thoBig Wtchn
4W tchtes, wi mondye
Itha Aomt~ 'caia..Dc7~ Fcd aik ortia his, Finto e vs,csor n
an both se.. uRazors, Machine NeedlesEtc. ha
bi F~iCbOLU- TL.T. L.ANDET'S FERR'SA ND c OSAN'S
F. Bi~Oi~, MA~iFER S.Y'., CRCSMAN'S,_ AND MANDE-_
Vo i F LnLE & . K .NG'S s
A. LFHEM1 FLWE SEEDS,
ATOISE T AW TOI S and LAWe ee
MANNIGrdaC., JAN. 2, S. pulc.ydste