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PUBLISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN
MANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 14, 1895.
If You Want Cheap Dry Goods Now
Is the Time to Come With the
Cash-We Are Closing Out Our
Entire Line of Dry Goods at Very
Close Prices to Make Room for
the New Stock That Is Now On
A large line of faney dress ging
hams, colors warranted; only 5c per
vard; this is bargain you don't strike
Twenty-five dozen ladies' fast black
seamless hose; only 13c per pair, or
two pair for 25c ; this is a bargain
well worth your attention.
Gents, if you want to try the best
piece of tobacco you ever saw for
the money. get some of Annie Me
Leod at '10c per plug or 40c per
pound, and you will get a piece of
goods that can't be beat for the
Children, when you want nice and
pure fancy candy, give us a call and
we will please you.
Remember, friend, that we will
have the largest stock of school
books on hand this fall ever shown
in Manning. Yours truly,
W. E. JENKINxSON.
YOUR NAME IN PRINT.
-Mrs. B. M. Badger, of Mayesville. is in
Manning visiting her parents.
-Prof. E. J. Browne returned home yos
terday from his summer vacation.
-Miss Lucy Barron has returned home
from a visit to friends in Mayesnille.
-Mr. W. P. Legg returned home last
Monday from a trip to the city of flowing
-Dr. W. E. Brown spent a couple of
days of last week at Smitliville, in Sumter
-Dr. Abe Weinsberg is in Darlington at
tending the marriage of his friends. Mr.
Isadore Koppel and Miss Hannah Manne.
-Rev. S. A. Nettles gracefully rode into
town on a bicycle one day last week. and
with a great deal of persistent practice he
will be able to keep off from the trees and
out of the ditches.
Next Tuesday will be a most important
day to future generations.
Thi white man who does not do his duty
next Tuesday may regret it.
. Mr. Norwood A. Hall. who has been
quite ill, is improving rapidly.
We nnderstand that ahout a doz-n :oing
men will try for the Citadel scholarship.
Remembler the days prior to 1870 aid go
out to the polls next Tuesday to pbrevent
their ever coming back.
We anre ready and fully eqnipped to give
you a perfect tit in eye-glasses and spec
tacles, at Brockingtin's drug store.
White men, be at the polls when they
close next Tuesday and see that the man
agers are protected from the crowds.
Dispenser Ervin has received instrue
tions from headquarters to close his dis
pensary next Tuesday, election day.
Every man who reads this issue of THE
MA~sL's TIMzs should see to it that his
neighbor -goes out to the polls next Tues
The negroes of Packsville held a pre
cinct election yesterday to s.end delegates
to the convention to nominate a ticket in
There will be an examination for free
tuition scholarships for the South Carolina
College and Furman University August
23rd at the court house.
Good health is a blessing and Dr. WV. M!.
Brockinton in an advertisement tells the
people that he keeps the goods which will
give them good health.
Mr. L. K. Howle says that he has a water
melon vine with fifty melons on it. He
cannot prove it by us, because we have not
had a melon from him yet.
Bead W. Pass' advertisement in another
column. He means business and is de
termined to sell off his present stock at
cost to make room for fall goods.
Every white man should lay down his
work next Tuesday and go to the polls and
vote. This election means that the white
clidren are to have better school facilities.
D~o you want your children to be educat
ed nine months in the year free of tuition
charges? Then go to the polls, and see
that your neighbor does the same thing
Again we must ask some of our patrons
to look up their old papers and find for us
a ecopy of the issue of May 22nd. Our file
has again become broken, and a favor will
be c onferred upon us by furnishing us
with this copy.
"Yellow Leaf'smoking tobacco is the best
to be had.10) cents package t Brockington.
Over in the Fork last Monday Mr. Willie
Hodge, while engaged in a game of base
ball, was struck in the month with the ball,
inflicting a painful wound. He came to
Manning and got Dr. Geiger to patch up
the broken place.
Landreth's new crop turnip seed for sale
by R. B. Loryea, the druggist.
Last Sunday right at the Baptist Ch'irch
at Harvin's Children's Day was celebrated
by the scholars of the Baptist and Meth
odist Sunday schools. a are congrega
tion was present. Mr. E. D. Hodge de
ivered an address.
The attention of the ladies is called to
our line of fine scissors and shears. W. M.
A delegation of negroes called on Col.
S. Warren Nelson and asked him to allow
them to run him as a delegate to the con
vention. The colonel po~itely but posi
tively declined, and advised them to let
the convention alone.
We have on our desk a sample of tobacco
from the farm of Mr. John S. Cole, and
judges say it is fine. One man, claiming
to know the value of tobacco, says if Mr.
ole has much tobacco iike the sample, he
can count on at least 60 cents per pouod.
Sewing machine needles for all the lead
ing machines at R. B. Loryea's..
Rev. W. P. Jacobs, of the Thornwell Or
paige, preached from the Presbyterian
pulpit Saturday night, Sunday morning.
and again at night. He had large and at
tentive congregtions throughout the entire
series of meeting. Sunday afternoon he
mad,. a very interesting talk to the young
Remember every pair of scissoes or
shears bought at Brockington's is guaran
A telegram was received here yesterday
from Lake City, announcing the s ia in
tlligence that Mrs. Sarah McMillan was
in a dying condition. Mrs. McMillan is
the widow of the late R1ev. Duncan J.
MMillan, who wa~s the pastor of the Man
ing Methodist Church, and who was
gathered to the bosom of his fathers in
Turnip seeds, all kinds, at
R. B. Loryea's.
Last Wednuesday the boys froim Suwumer
ton and Black River base ball clnbs met on
the diamond at Manning, and the way the
sumzertoianls wiped up the earth with
the other fellows was a caution to those
who think they can play ball. but can't.
T1he score w as 32 to 7. Never min d, boy s
of the Black River nine, our boys of the
.anning second nineO say if you will
practice they will challenge you, as they do
.otwan to take advantage of you now.
Merchants, now is the time you shol
begin to send in your fall advertisement,.
Remember, we go right int , the homes of
the people you wish to reach, and adver
Fresh line of drugs and medicines always
'on hand, prices to suit the hard times, at
The movement to reorganize the cem(
tery associaiion is a commendable one and
it should be given a hearty co-operation.
Our "city of the dead" has been in a sadly
neglected condition ever since the lamented
Dr. G. Allen Hnggins passed away, and it
behooves all of us to no longer allow our
departed ones to rest in neglected tombs.
Every citizan of Manning and many in the
county have loved ones in the Manning
cemetery, and they should lend their as
sistence in the project under way. A neg
lected cemetery in a reproach and a stigma
upon the living and we hope the meeting
next Friday afternoon will result in a suc
cessfnl culmination of the desired object.
THE BLACK DRAUGHT.
Their Ticket Is Sprung on a Unsus
pecting Public To-Day.
The Republicans U-met to-day and nom
inated their ticket for the Constitutional
The ticket is as follows:
REV. J. P. CnLwFonD.
REv. M. G. CALDWELL.
Bob White's name, our local black
smith, was presented to the convention,
and, although he was secretary, he was
defeated for the nomination ; but he has
the consolation of knowing that he will
get as near to the convention as the nom
$100 REWARD, $100.
The readers of this paper will be pleased
to learn that there is at least one dreaded
disease that science has been able to enre
in all its stages, and that is catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now
known to th-e medical fraternity, Catarrh
being a constitutional disease, requires a
onstitntional treatment. Hall's Cat.irrh
Care is taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the
ystem, thereby <lestroying the toundation
ot the disease, and giving the patient
strength by binlding up the constitnution
and assisting natare in doing its work.
The proprietors have so much faith in its
cmrative powers that they offer One Hun
dred Dollars for any case that it fails to
cure. Send for circular's and testimonials.
Address, F. J. CHENEY & Co, Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Vote Next Tuesday.
Remember, that the
Polls Will be Open
from 8a.m. to 4 p.m.
Nervous debility is a conimon comip.ent.
especially among women. The best inedi
cal treatment ;or tbis disorer is a persis
tent course of Ayer's Sarsaparilla to ClnLZISe
and invigorate the blood. This being ac
complished, nature will do the rest.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Happenings of Interest in This and
in Other Countries.
THROUGH THE SOUTH.
The Alabama miners are on a strike. t
Hon. Bascom Myrick, of Americus,
Ga., is dead
Dr. Henry M. Caldwell, of Birming
ham, Ala., Is dead.-t
Selma, Ala., has subscribed 8100,000
for a cotton mil'
Rev. H. H. Parks, a prominent divine
of Georgia, is dead.
North Carolina wants the Liberty bell
to pass through that state.
Port Royal, S. C., now has the largest
dry dock in the United States.
The Georgia state agricultural socie
ty meets at Cumuberlaind next week..
The cotton crop is said to be greatly1
damaged by recent floods and rains.
It is said Senator Tuiman, of South
Carolina, has presidental aspirations. ]
Making a newspaper will be one of
the features of the Atlanta Exposition.
Justice Jackson's burial took place at
Belle Meade, near Nashville, Monday.
John D. Howenl cut the throat of<
Lucy Johnson, his paramour,at Tampa.
The indications are that Senator
Blackburn will succeed himself in Ken
Five people were killed by a ayclone
at Three States and one at Barnes
Key West, Fla., is to issue $500,000
worth of bonds to build a railroad to
Thirteen defendants were bound over
in the insurance fraud oases at Beau
fort, N. C.
Two prisoners in the Arkansas peni
tentiary were found to be coining coun
Thee Arkansas negroes have re
tirned from Liberia and tell tales of
The apple crop west of the Alle
gheny mountains is said to be the larg
est in severa~ years.
Senator A. J. McLaurin has been
nominated for governor by the demo
crats of Mississipi.
The'Davis monument fund has reach
ed 23,000. The monument will be
erected at Richmond.
Judge Goff rendered his decision In
the South Carolina registration law
case sustaining the law.
The Southern Pine Lumber com
pany was organized in Savannah with
a capital stock of $1,250,000.
Rev. R. C. May, one of the oldest
Presbyterian ministers In the south,
died in Savannah, aged 76.
An Alabama iron plant got a con
ract to furnish Japan with iron over
the competitors of all nations.
The boycott against the Louisville
and Nashville will be continued by the
Southern Grocer's Association.
Two thousand acres of land, crops
and all, were abandoned in Texas by
negroes who fear the whitecaps.
The legislative primary held at Win
hester, Ky., resulted in McCreary
beating Blackburn for the senate.
Texas fever, a disease common to
cattle, is raging in Tennessee. It is
lso prevalent at Huntington, Pa.
The railroads have adoptda the rate
of one cent a mile to the Cotton
States and International Exposition.
The Huntsville, Ala., soap factory is
making an excellent article of soap
and turning out abourt 3,000 pounds a
The Newport News Cotton Manufac
trIng Co., has been incorporated at
Rchend, Va. Capital stock over
525,000 and under $500,000.
The state of North Carolina will loan
the Atlanta Exposition many hundreds
of the finest specimens of minerals and
gold ores in the state museum.
The naval evolution extending from
Hampton Roads, Va., to Halifax, Nova
Sotia, will be the grandest ever at
tempted by this country.
A big wheat convention will meet in
Nashville September 3 and 4. It will
compose growers and millers of the
Suthern Millers' Association.
Mrs. T. C. R~obertson,chairmanl of the
woman's exhibit for South Carolina:
issues an appeal to the women of the;
state to have a creditable exhibit.
She Is "G+oing to Hell on a Bicycle,"
Savs Rev. J. B. Hawthorne
of Atlanta, Ga.
We country people in our quiet little
suburban towns know little of the advance
muent of the woman of "ip-to-date" except
through the newspapers.
Too true, though, their career is wild,
and compromising of true womanhood.
From the pulpit and the press a wholesale
denunciation of the folly of the wonen is
A few days ago the News and Courier
had a leading editorial criticising a sermon
preached in Atlanta by Dr. Hawthorne.
rhe editorial was he.Ieac, "Going to Hell
an a lieycie."
Dr. Hawthorne had sai-l "I think the
ime has come when every man who is I
loyal to womani1ci shonld lift up his voice in
aariest prote'st against this present bicycle
raze. If the self-respecting women who
bave mounted a bicyee and paraied the
tree:s of our city knew the comments
hey provoke from filthy-mouthed sens
ulists the would ceitaini abandon the in.
delicate ..nd unawomanly exercise. It is
impily impossible for wom(n -ho persist
in this immodest exhibition of thenselives
.o escape insult. Let ns stop this abom- ]
ination before it goes any farther. I am I
atisfied that a runjority of the women who
bave made this auisstep did not intend to
be imiAolest and that their purposes are
ure, bat the impression they make is
<hocking to the sensibilities of all men
xho have a true reverence for womanhood
ind a true conception of womanly mod- t
The daily comments .:
4 GOING TO hFE'L ON THE BXCiCLE.
"The Itev. J. B. Hawthorne. D. D., man
iges to keep himself before the public.
e is an eloquent speaker-that is, be has
in impressive way of speaking 'an in- C
tuite deal of nothing,' and he generally t
speaks to good houses because most men
idmacny women love a sensation. Dr.
[lawthorne's. latest sensation is the woman f
who rides a bicycle. le is positive that S
he is going to bell on her whecl, and is
?vid(ntly afraid that she will take a good
many men along with her. In a recent t
iermon preached in Atlanta on the bicy
:ing woman Dr. Hawthorne said so many
rough things about her that the fashion
ible people who live in Peachtree street a
were deeply incensed, and a correspondent
f the Chicago Ti:zes-Herald sa.s that 'a
torm of criticism followed' the doctoi's c
rmon.' The correspondenit continues :
-''"She ---tue bicycle woman- .,ay< that
t was the love of exciting leasure that
emitetd her to take the false ste'p," said
ih reverend doctor in the vivid sprmion
hieh has attracted so much attention.
She is mistaken. It was not the love of
deasure, but a personal devil. Satan en- 1
:red into her that ie might degiade and
;ct her picture inio the columns of some
;enstional paper and miake her the sub
ect of obsc ue comment in ever- club
ionue and gathering of filthy sensational
"'Then he paid his respects to the Chris
ian Endeavors in this way : "Recently a
;reat religious convention in an Eastern
:ity coneluded its exercises by a bicycle
-ace on the streets between seven hundred
men, women and preachers.' Could any
hing less than a persoral devil have in
~tigated such a performance?"I
"'Of course me sermon created a set:sa- u
ion. Then, when questioned about his
ittrances, he summed up his views in
his way: "I think the time has come when P
cvery tia who is loy al to woman shaould t<
it o~p his voice in earnest prottest against E
his present bicycle craze. If the self-re-.
pecting women 'who have mounted a hi
ycle and paraded the streets of our city V
mew the comments they provoke from h
lthy-mothed sensual ists they woul cer
ainly abandon the indelicate and un
vomanly exercise. It is simply impossible r.
or women who pen.ist in this immodest w~
xhibition of themselves to escape insult.
het us stop this abomination before it goes
m faither. I am satisfied that a majority
f 'the women who have made this misstep
lid not intend to be immodest and that b
heir purpo:e3 are pr-e, b -t t'ie impression s<
hey make is shockng to the sensibilities c<
>f all men who have a true reverec ce for el
vomanhood and a true cci -ption of ai
,omanly modesty."' r<
'-Furely this is a very low vi w to take
>f a healthful and not immoral kind of
:hvsial exercise. Dr. Hauh'orne is sat
sfied that 'a majority of the women' who
-ide bicycles 'do not intend to be immod
tst and that their purposes are pure,' but
:e shudders at the comments of 'filthy. si
nouthed sensualists' upon the selfirespect- L
*ng woman who have mounted bicycles a
Ld paraded-the streets~ of Atlanta. We
lo not know what these 'filthy-mouthed ~
;ensualists' have said, but certainly their
oments could not hare been more sug- e
estire than the remarks of the Rev. Dr.
"To the pure all things are pure, and n
wby a preacher should not be able to stand ,
the unintentional and purely modest dis
play of a woman's ankle without havingo
dl his wicked and lustful thoughts aroused
is one of the queer things about religion a
:hat we can not appreciate. But, perhaps,
Dr. Hawthorne is right. If a preacher of
righteousness and purity-such as he is
od think the thoughts that he suggests,
we can not imagine to what lengths .the
'filthymouthed sens'ualists' may have
"And while the women who ride bicycles
-the majority of whom are confesuedly
modest and pure-are rushing headlong to
hell, it must afford Dr. Hawthorne and thea
rest o us pious and clean-mouthed men ai
great deal of pleasure to sit on the curb-t
stone and see them go by. We should be
areful, Dr. Hawthorne. however, that wei
o not beat them in the race."
Vice is a monster of so frightful mien,
As to be hated needs but to be seen;
But seen too oft, familiar with her face,
We first endure, then pity, then embrace.
A writer from a fashionable summer re
"There are times when I am horritied at
the change in the relations of the sexes
which this advanced woman movement has t
brouht about. We seem to have grown 4
completely away from the old-tim2 idea.
The social world is quite topsy-turvy. In
this I m not guessing or using the joke
and gossip of the day ; I am depending
wholly upon my personal o'bservations. t
"It is positively true -at least in the so.
ciety in which I have moved-that the girls
are making more advance's than the an. a
They oe it very sweetly and in a womanl6 I
way-thacnk heaven for that--but it's a
sh:ime that they have to do it at all. Either
they iust miake the advance or be left
alone. Here, in Bar Harbor, and I dare
say at every fashionable summer resor:, it
is the girl's who arranrge the partles, the
dances, the picnics, the drive's, the tennis,
the boating expeditions.
"It is alarmingly true that the~ young
men like to get off' by themselves at the1
Kebo 'alley club, on their yacht , or in
their rives and sports. In order to make
themselves fit and comfortable companions
and comrades of the men and wvomen have
taken up men's amusements. 'They have
learned tennis, mastered the whee'l, become
proficient in boating ; have devoted thern
selves to golf- they hav~e, in faict, dlone
everything they could in decency do to be
near the young men, to maintain the in
timacy acid cordiality which are theirs by
right of their sex, their sweetnem's and lore
liveness, and which should be pressed
upon them instead of being sought at thei
"Why, if this tendency increases the firs
thing we know the young women will_ be
compelled to make proposcals of marriage
or remain forever single. T1hey have come
dangerously near it already. The half-t
concealedl seeking, the mianagemcent, the(
tact, the ingenuity, the leading ace novw ll1
in the hands of the girls and their mothers
Nothing remains but for them to seizea
Are you taking Snr ONs LiVER REG
L&ToR, the "KING or LrER NMEDI
DINES?" That is what rour readers
prant, and nothing but that. It is the
;ame old friend to which the old folks
pinned their faith and were never dis
tppointed. But another good recom
mendation for it is, thaL it is BE1rER
MAN PILLS, never gr pes, never weak
ens, but works in such an easy and
natural way, just ike nature itaclif that
relief comes quick :-.ud isure, and one
reels new all over. It never fails.
Everybody needs taLe a liver remedy,
nd everyone should take only Sim
nons Liver Regulator.
Be sure you get it. The Red Z
is on the wrapper. J. H. Zeilin &
eet, declare undying love, and propose
"It makes my heart sick within me to
tear girls telephoning for young men,
egging f.'r their company at tennis or in
drive or out boating--mere devices and
>retexts for getting at the yonag man him
"'he girls are just as sweet and lovely as
ver, but there is - revontion in the social
onditions. I say it with paiu that the
en'dency of what is known .s our higher
ociety is toward the European sy.teim.
ouie of the principal phases of Enropean
ociety are abhorrent. It will be a sad day
or America when they are adopted here
nd already they are much imitated. es
)ecially in the East.
"Are our well-to do voung men in the
irst stages of the European process ? Do
hey believe their early nanhood should be
evoted to roaming and license, and that
uatrimony shonld come only with weari
iess? I hopc not."
Where is the home drifting to in f;ahion
ble society? In onr day some men never
pend an evening at home in all the year.
kome wouit-i do little better. Social at
ractions, .-litical meetings, lodges and
lubs dewand and monopolize hom,- time,
.nd the hlt-time I-asures around the fire
ide or the evezir'.g lamp, where iinpres
ions-which largely influence character.
rere formed, ure v'sions of the past.
Home demands onr women for its acred.
ork. God ordained that strength sbould
e the doniinant characteristicof nwiTi. tnd
:etleass that of wom-,n. Mnsculine
rnn or effeuiinatc ieri deserve to be
,zored. Let wonan reign in ::it her
i'adt-stv and love and make the - otne,
WVLet hom&' of auld lang syne.
A og'it 5, 1895..v .
)ETECTIVE HOLAND IN JAIL
t Edgefield for Suborning Wit
nesses-His Accomplices Also
In "Duranco Vile."
this coiunity will well reuembex
Itective IIoih,.nd, who figured so conkgpic
osly in Manning after the late :.. and
eated sne~h a stir among the colored
eop.le without obtaining suffici,-r~t prcot
>convict. He is now languishing in the
:gefield jail upon the charge of sub
err-ion of witnesses. In the zeal to on
iet parties c'harg'ed with wreckifig a traii
e overdid the thing by buying negro test.
nony. The solicitor caught on to the
whket, and had Holland and his bought
BULCKLEN'S ARtMCA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
ruises; s-ores, ulcers, salt rheuni, fever
yres, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
3rns and all skin eruptions, and positively
res piles or no pay required. It is guar
ateed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
tfunded. Price 25c. per box. For sale by
RI. 1B. Loryea.
TWO LIVES SAVED.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City,
I., was told by her doctors she had con
amption and that there was no hope for
er, but two bottles Dr. King's New Dis
>very rompletely cured her and says it
ved her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers, 139I
'lorida St., Sanfrancisco, snffered fromt a
readini cold, approaching consumption,
ied withont result everything else then
ought one bottle of Dr. King's New DiE
overy and in two weeks was cured. Hie is
aturally thankfal. It is such results, of
rhich these are samples, that prove the
ronderful efficacy of this medicine in
oughs arid colds. Free trial bottles at fl.
1. Loryea's drugstore. Regular size 50c.
Old people who require medicine to reg
late the bowels and kidneys will find the
rue remedy in Electric Bitters. This med
eine does not stimulate and contains no
thiskey nor other intoxicant, but acts as
,tonic and alterative. It acts' mildly on
he stomach and bowels, adding rstrength
nd giving tone to the organs, thereby aid
ng nature in the performance of the innc
ions. Electric Bitters is an exceilent ap
>etizer and aids digestion. Old people
id it just exactly what they ne-ed, Filty
:ents per bottle at R. B. Loryea's drugstore.
The lot owners and all other citi zens that
re interested in the Vianning cemetery are
-cetsted to meet at the court house Fri
lay, 16th. 5 o'clock p. mn., for the purpose
f organizing a cemetery board, an.1 to at
end to some other- important bausiness in
onne!ction with the cemieteryv.
"C(ans't thou minister to a n:ind dlis.
ased ?" aks Macbeth. Certainly. mlord
he t'-ndition of the mind depends largely
--if not solely --on the condition of the
to:naeh, liver and bowels, for all of which
-omplaints Ayer's Pills are "the :over
;giest thing on earth."
Lockhart, Tex., Oct. 15, 1889.
Jssrs. Paris Medicine Co., Paris, Tennm.:
])k-ar Sirs: Ship us as soon as possible 2
~rss Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonie. My
niomecrs want rov' Tsteless Chill
ronic and will not have any other. Ini our
expeince of over twenty years in the dirug
>u~einess we never soli any medicine which
av'. such uiniversal satisfaction. Yours re
;cfully, J. S. BaowsE A Co
No' cure, no pay. $old by Loryea, the
Grve'sL Tasteless Chill Tronie is aI perfect
lalarial Liver tonic and Blood puritier.
.le:oves biliousness without pulrging. As
lesaint as Lemon syraip. It is as large
is any dollar tonic .and retails foir 50 conta.
Lo ge-t the genuine ask for Groye's. Sold
m its merits. No cure, no pay. For sale
y Loryea, the Druggist.
.Malaria produces weakness, general de
ility, biliousness, loss of appetilr, indi
estion and constipation. Grove's Tasteless
shill Tonic removes the cause which pro
luces these troubles. Try it and yon will
ye delighted. Fifty cents. To get the
;enuine ask for Grove's. No cure, no pay.
The Brunswick Terminal railroad
was sold under foreclosure proceedings
for $50,090. It was bought by J. B.
Carr and H. R. Steele, of New York.
The tax returns of (corgia for 1894
showed a falling off of S23,000,000 from
1898. This year they promise to fall
off $20,000,000 from the returns ef last
The soldiers were called out at Wins
ton, N. C., to prevent a race riot Mon.
day. The negroes thought thero was
a possibility of one of their race being
The condition of the cotton crop is
South Carolina is not promising. There
are complaints of shedding leaves and
shapes. The corn acreage is the lar
gest in years.
William Newton Lane, of Lexington,
Ky., shot and instantly killed James
Rodenbaugh and mortally wounded the
young man's father, H. C. Rodenbaugh,
A nine-year-old negro girl named
Claretta Noah Avery is causing a sen
sation by her preaching at Darlington,
S. C. Her sermons are remarkable
and she is drawing large crowds.
The fifth annual Sundav School con
vention of the North Alabamv confer
ence of the Methodist chure , south,
will be held in the First Methodist
church in Anniston, Ala., August 13.
At Mount Sterling, Ky., Henry Rey
nolds, a 17-year-old boy was yesterday
shot and killed by John Hawkins, a
farmer, who claimed that the boy had
been too intimate with his wife.
There have been three suits brought
against the Savannah, Florida and
Western R. R. for 810,000 damages each
on civil rights issues, for not being per.
mitted on first class cars.
The Mt. Airy N. C. News says John
W. Johnson, of Surry. was found dead
in the woods near his home last week,
and that he had not drawn a sober
breath in ten years and the day before
his death he drank liquor by the goblet
Attorney M. Michelson. who has held
all kinds of positions from that of a
convict to that of a preacher. ran away
from Florida to escape arrest for a see
ond case of forgery. He was arrested
In Alabama and taken back to confront
The Alabama contract to furnish
Japan with 30,000 tons of iron follows
quickly after the recent important
shipments of Ohio iron to England.
This Alabama shipment will be the
largest single order ever sent out of
E. E. Hughes, of Attalla, Ala., last
week offered the editor of the Herald
two mammoth tomatoes grown in his
garden. One of them weighed one and
a half pounds, the other one and a
quarter Dounds. And now comes Maj.
S. A. Comer of near Attalla, not to be
beaten, and shows a tomato weighing
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Thirty-Second Sessiog Begins
September 2, 1895.
Prepares for college or business- Co
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book-keeping, calisthenics, elocu
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ment, $1; inte-mediate department,
$2; higher department. $3; collegiate
department, $4; music (including use
of instrument), $3; painting. and
drawing, $4; contingent fee (per ses
sion of five months), in advance, 25
eents; board, per month (including
washing), 97.50; board from Monday
to Friday (pecr month) $5. Send for
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Gilt-Edge Shoe Dressing for
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A full line of Base Balls
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Genuine Buttermilk Soap ;
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Notice of Election of Delegates
-To TAKE P.AC ---
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CW HENDO
In acoralncae with an .\et of the Gen
ral Assemily of South Carolina, approved
D.-c-nber 24, 1804, an election will be" L.eld
it the several precincts cstablished by law
in Clarendon county on the third rusday
n August, Anno Dowini eighteen hun
red and ninety-five, which is the twen
i,-th day thereof, for fonr delegates to a
tonvention of the people of Sonth Caro
ina, which is hereby ordained to be as
embled in the city of Columtia on the
econd Tuesday in September in the year
f our Lord one thousand eight hundred
nd ninety-five, for the purpo.se of rcvis
ng, amending, or ebanging the constitu
ion of the State.
Every wale citizen of the United States
end of this State of the age of 21 years not
aboring under the disabilities named in the
onstittion of the State and duly quaiiiied
o vote under the existing laws of the
tate and duly registered as now reqtired
>y law, is entitled to vote.
At such election no elector shall be en
itled to vote whose name is not registered
is provided by law, and who does not pro
lurce his registration certificate at the polls
rhere he offers to vote.
The polls shall be open at such places as
re Low designated and appointed by law
t eight o'clock in the forenoou of the day
if election and closed at four o'clock in the
fternoon of the same day, and shall be
ept open during these hours xithout
ntermission or adjournment, and the mtian
gers shall administer to each person offer
ng to vote an oath that he is qdalified to
rote at this election according to the con
titution and laws of the State, and that
e hits not voted during the election.
One of the managers h-.-inafter ap
,ointed shall, previous to the 'ay of elec
ion, proncure from the emmieiwsioners cf
*lection the ballot box, paprs and r,-gis
ration 'eook for his prcicnet. The board
if ianag rs for each prctir.ct shall meet
,n or before the day of ell-etion and or
;anize %hemselves into a board of nman
gers by electing one of their nnmzLer
hairman and some suitable person as
lerk. The chairwan aiy then administer
he oath prescribed in article I, section 30,
>f the constitution and the oath against
uelling to each member of the board and
he clerk, and -the clerk way in turn ad- I
ninster the same oaths to the chairman.I
Lhe said oaths may be admiuuistered by t
ny other officer authorized to administer
caths, and shall be filed in the office oif the
lerk of Court of Common Pleas and Gen
The voting shall lie by ballet, which bal
ot shall be of plain white paper two and
kalf inches wide by five inches long,
tear and even cut, without ornament, de
;crption, mutilation, symbol, erasure, or
nark of any kind whatsoever excep'1t the
smes of the persons voted for, which
:tames shall be written or printed, or
artly written or partly printed, aend if
>rinted, in black ink, and such ballot shali
>e folded so as to conceal the name or'
tames thereon, and so folded shall b,- de
osited in a box to be constructed, kept
and disposed of as hereinafter provided,1
and no ballot of tany other description
'ound in any ballot-box shalt be counted.
At each precinet a space or inclosure,
mch as the managers deem proper and
nflcient, shall be railed off, or otherwisey
rovided with an opening for the entrance 1;
f the voter at one end or side, and an
pening at the other end for hi's exit, as a
olling place. But one voter sheall be al
owed to enter any polling place at a time,
end no one except the managers shall bes
diowed to spe.mk to the voter while mn thee
olling place casting his vote.
Each clerk of the poll shall keep a poll
ist, which shall contain a column headede
'Names of Voters," and the name of eache
hector voting shall he entered in such
At the close of the election the ma'2agers
end clerk shall immediately proceed pub
icly to open the ballot box and count the
rtes therein, and continue such count,
ithot interruption or adjournment, until
he same is completed, and make statementi
:i the result, and sign the same. If, in
:unting, two or more like ballots shall be
ound folled together compactly, only one
shall be counted, and the others destroyed,.
but if they have different names, all sh.i ?
be destroyed and none counted. If more
ballots shall be found in the box upon
tpening it than there are names on the poll]
tist, all the ballots shall be returned to the
box and thoroughly mixed together, and
ne of the managers or clerk shall, with
ut seeing the ballots, draw therefrom and
immediately destroy as many ballots as]
Ihere are In excess of the number of names
n the poll list. Within three days there
ifter the chairman of the board of mna
gers, or one of them, or some other suit
ble person, appointed as messenger in,
writing, and taking the oath prescribed
For the managers, shall deliver to the com
missioners of election the poll list, Cce box
ontaining the ballots, and a written state
ment of the resilt of the election in the
Every person who, being appointed a
tommissioner or manager of election, or
eierk to either the board of mana~gers or of,
tommissioners, shall serve without cow
pensalion, and who shall refuse or fail to
ict as such, without lawful exeuse, or who,
acting as such, shall fail to open a poll at
the time and place required of them by
this act, or to keep the same open as herein
required, shall be punished by a fine not
exceeding one thousand dollars, or by im
prisonment in jail not exceeding twelve
months,- or both, in the discretion of the
ort PINE WOOD.
E. P. Geddings, P. 1B. Hodge,
J. D. Hloyle.
W. Tr. Kelly, J. H. Barnes,
C. TI. Rlidgeway.
3. E. Kelly, J. Elbert Davis,
Ri. C. Plowden.
S. C. Tnirbeville, G. 'T. Worsham,
WV. TI. Kennedy.
J. W 2. .eCauley, J. M. iBradham
Arthur N. Felder.
A. .J. Rihabouirg, G. I. Lesesne,
Jeff M. Davis.
0. L. Emanuel, WV. I. Hluanal,
John P. Brewer.
D. M. Bradham, it. H. Davis,
E. S. Ervin.
One of the above-named managers at
each box will call upon the chairman of
the board of election comlmissioners at
Manning between August 15 and August
19, 1895, to receive the ballot box, poll list
and instructions, and be qualified.
Louts APPELT, Chairman, Commissioners
5, W. Mcerosir, '. of
J. M. B.wx,) Election.
Manning, S. C. July 31, 1895.
ITS GATLING GUNS
In Winston, to Quell a Threat
enad Race Riot.
SEVERAL OF THE OFFICERS ARE SHOT
While Trylag to Quell the DIsturbance
and Prevent an Imaginary Lynch
Ing-Troops Called Out--Sev
ereal Arrests Were 31ade.
WINSTON, N. C., Aug. 13.-A riot be
tween whites and blacks, which came
near terminating seriously. occurred
here Sunday night. The trouble origi
nated over a report given out at about
9 o'clock at all the colored churches tc
the effect that a crowd of whites were
going to lynch Arthur Tuttle, who is
being tried here for the murder of
Policeman Vickers last May. The ne
groes to the number of 300 marched tc
the jail where they remained for sever
al hours. They were armed with pis
tols and guns. Mayor Gray addressed
the negroes, assuring them that there
was no danger of lynching and begging
them to disperse. Sherifi McArthur
and two Winston lawyers also urged
the band to go away, telling them
there was no occasion for their con
duct. Judge Brown who is holding
court, notified the negroes that they
were violating the law, that Tuttle
was getting a fair trial and that he
would be responsible for his protection.
The negroes told his honor they would
disperse if the sheriff would place 2t
officers on guard around the jail. This
was done but many of the mob refused
to leave. Sheriff McArthur, in re
sponse to orders from Judge Brown
called out the Forsythe Riflemen and
a number of deputies. Hie honor also
inetructed the sheriff to arrest all ne
groes who refused to disperse. The
mob then began firing on the whites,
several officers being struck with small
bird shot but none were hurt seriously.
About 150 shots were fired by the rifle.
men and negroes but no one was killed.
The negroes broke and ran when the
militia began shooting. Fourteen of
the rioters are in jail.
Upon assembling of court Judge
Brown summoned the grand jury be
fore him and instructed them to inves
tigate who was responsible for last
aight's riot and see that they were pun
shed. Winston's city fathers instructed
Mayor Gray to order a Gatling gun
from Charlotte and ask - the authorities
the:e to furnish a man to operate it.
Tho mayor, chief of police and sheriff
were also instructed to make all neces
arr arrangements for protection of
he city and to procore all arms and
CnALoTTE, N. C., Aug. 13.-A Gat
ing gun under a deteachment of men
eft here last evening for Winston. The
5heriff believes that the trouble is un
ler control. A large force of special
policemen have been sworn in. It is
repo:rted that 3.000 negroes are gather
sd near the town but the report k
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~or catalogue address
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