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LOU LN AP.iL'. .Eior.
MANNNIG. S. C., DEC. 16, 1903.
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ona Class matter.
SoARING PRICESOF COTTON AS A RESULT
OF GOVERNMENT.REPORT-A DAN
- GEROUS POSITION.
The week's Progress says:
The price of cotton soared last
week, when the report of the
Department of Agriculture was
made. public. The Government
estimate was for the unexpect
edly small total of 9,962,000
bales, lower than the expecta
tions of the bulls in the.;market.
D. J. Sully. the bull leader,some
days before had given out an es
timate of 9.986,000 bales, and
Atwood, Violet & Co., represen
tatives of WI. L.Brown, the
New Orleans leader, had made
at the same time an estimate of
9,875,000 bales, but the estimate
of the chief statistician of the
Agricultural Department was
lower tban thes b:11l figures by
from 10,000 to 25. 100 bales.
This fact created some talk on
the Exchange, and it was broad
ly hinted that there had been
some leak from Washington, es
peciallV in view of the fact that
the bulis had for some days dis
played greater confidence in the
result of the Government report
than ever before. According to
the opinion of some of the offi
cials of -Jchange, however,
the s no real basis for the ac
tions made- The Govern
ment's report is based on the
statements made to Government
agents by cotton growers, whose
interest is naturally to make the
crop appear as small as possible
in order to obtain high prices.
As a result the Government re
port is generally several hun
dred thousand bales behind the
real figures for the crop, as they
become apparent later in the
spring. The same thing is true
-in a general wvay of other Gov
ernment agricultural estimates.
The producers from whom the
information is sought put their
figures as low as they can.
. High cotton means prosperity
for the South, but it spells ruin
to the manufacturers of cotton
goods. That a widespread cur
tailment of production by cotton
mills in the United States will
be found necessary in the next
few months, on account of the
great cost of the raw material ,is
the opinion of leading mill men.
The market for finished material
has been unsatisfactory f o r
months, and p1-ices have not
* isen correspondingly, with
those of cotton. 'It is said that
the -greatest sufferers will be
the owners and operatives of the
smaller mills. The cotton mill
in New England employ fully
475,000 hands, 65,000 of whom,
mostly in Southern New En
-gland, have accepted a cut of
-ten'per cent in wages this fall,
and 15,000 others will probably
be informed of a cut within the
next two weeks.
The cotton mills of Lancashire
closed, and there is much. dis
tress among the spinners. Our
own mills are living sparingly
on old supplies, or on hand to
mouth purchases. While the
cost of production of print cloths
at the present price of cotton is
:figured at cents per yard, the
market price for them is 3?
cents. If the price of the fin
ished product does not go up,
the price of the raw material
must come down. It is to be
~hoped that the present test of
endurance between the manufac
turers. and the owners of the raw
material will not be carried to
Senator Tillman has intro
duced a a resolution to investi
gate the power of the President's
recess appointments. The main
urpose being to throw obstacles
in the way of conferring the
nomination of Crum the colored
appointee to the Collectorship of
Charleston. We have no idea
that Senator Tillman will be able
to defeat Crum's confirmation
unless he can keep it from being
actedupon until after the Presi
*The investigation now going
on in Washington called for by
those who are opposed to the
confirmation of the appointment
Of Leonard wood to the rank of
Major General, is, without re
gard to the truth or falsity of
the charges, beginning to look
quite serious for President
Roosevelt's personal friend, who
was elevated above officers who
have served long and faithful in
*the army. It must be very em
barassing to the President to
have so many of his nominations
questioned, but such is the lot
of those who manmpulate politics.
The presidents of the various. Far
mer's clubs in Clarendon county will
*-call thier clubs together Thursday, 31st
inst. for the purpose of electing dele
gates to the county convention which
meets in -\anning January 8. 1904,
E. R. PLOWDEN.
A Valuable List of Presents.
Lack of space last week prevented us
from publishing the list of bridal pres
ents received by Dr. C. F. Williams and
and his bride, but in order that the ad
miring friends all over the country may
know what was received we herewith
publish the list.
Mr W E Burgess,silver chafing dish.
Dr S M Deal, silver chating dish.
Mrs J T Stukes, coffee cups.
Mr and Mrs F W Gregg, coffee cups.
Mr A C Gonzales, silver gold-lined
Mrs S M Miller, silver berry spoon.
Miss Nettie Weinberg, silver lettuce
Chas R Harvin, Jr, silver macaroni
Miss Mayme Harvin, silver cold meat
Judge and Mrs R 0 Purdy, silver
Miss Bessic Barron, silver carving
Mr and Mrs Snell, hand-painted din
Mr and Mrs G H Huggins, silver set
Miss Addie Hughes, dozen silver cof
Mr Louis Sherfesse, Jr., silver coffee
Mr R - Strange, silver coffee spoons.
Miss Pet Wilson, silver spoons.
Mr James Wallace, silver soup ladle.
Mrs S M Sprott and Mr and Mrs C R
Sprott, silver salad spoon.
Miss Annie Wilson. silver butter
Mr E W DuRant, silver cream ladle.
Mrs W C Davis, clock.
Mr and Mrs J A Burgess, silver
Mrs Dinkins, silver meat fork.
Mr I I Appelt, silver fish fork.
Miss Margie Appelt, silver bonbon
Miss Bessie Early,silver chocolate set.
Mr and Mrs Louis Levi, silver cream
ladle and sugar spoon.
Miss Corinne DuRant, silver sugar
Mr and Mrs J C Elliott, silver sugar
Mrs Sarah Ashe, silver tea spoons.
Miss Louise Gilland, silver berry
Dr and Mrs Robt Gibbes, silver bon
Mrs D G Armstrong, lace handker
Mr and Mrs W B Dickson, carving
Mr J no A Barron, silver teaspoons.
Miss Rosa Steele, silver cream ladle.
Mrs Geo Hart, silver ladle.
Mr Murret Mouzon, silver spoon.
Misses Ada and Hattie Bagnal, silver
Miss Virgin~ia Miller, silver tea bell.
Miss Virginia Galluchat, silver tea
Mr W R Barron, silver ladle.
Mr Frank Barron, silver spoon.
Mr and Mrs D D Rhem, silver spoon.
Master Littlepage Holladay, silver
brush and comb.
Mr Sam Barron, silver brush and
Mr and Mrs Charlton DuRant, silver
sugar and cream set.
Mr and Mrs Jno S Wilson, silver tea
Messrs A and I M Loryea, silver tea
Miss Kate Cody, silver ladle.
Mrs Minnie Barnett, silver ladle.
Mr and Mrs Chas C Fishburn, silver
bonbon s poon.
Mrs N G Gonzales, pearl-handled
Mr and Mrs Wm Douglass, silver ice
r and feMrs H D Plowden, china
Mr and Mrs B A Johnson, cake plate.
Mr Lucius Harvin, cake plate.
Mrs S A Nelson and Miss Hattie N
Wilson, cake plate.
Mr B Pressley Barron, cake plate.
Miss Lil Harvin, china dish.
Mr and Mrs S E Ingram, china bowl.
Miss Annie Loryea, china tea set.
Mr and Mrs Horton Rigby, after din
ner coffee set.
Mr and Mrs S R Venning, china
pitcher, silver lid.
Miss Janie Ingram, pickle dish.
Miss E R McElwee, rose bowl..
Miss Sudie Allison, silver pickle fork.
Mr. R. A. Chandler, Jr, pearl fruit
Mr and Mrs Jno Williams, $20 gold
Mr and Mrs H H Hirsch Parisian
Mr and Mrs Joe Rigby, clock.
Mr and Mrs W Brown Wylie, olive
Mr Robt Lathan. siver carving set.
Miss Nettie Taylor, silver sardine
Dr and Mrs Wm Pressley, gilt Swiss
Mr L F Rhem, silver berry spoon.
Miss Alice Taylor, beer steim.
Mr Ed V Green, silver tea set.
Mr and Mrs D Anderson, silver carv
Dr Summerall, scissors.
Rer J M Holladay, book, Wedded
Mutual Dry Goods Co, Persian rugs.
Miss Estelle Lipscomb, silver buckle
Miss Nita Auld, slippers.
Miss Louise Barron, ribbon bow gar
Mr John Bowen, silver ladle.
Dr and Mrs F G Wilson, silver ice
Dr and Mrs H H Wyman, silver ladle.
Dr R A Bratton, cold meat knife.
Mr and Mrs S A Harvin, cut glass
Mrs Nelson Ervin, silver ladle.
Dr Joy Shook, cut glass dish.
Mr and Mrs E M Cox,silver pie knife.
Mr and Mrs J A Law, hand-painted
Mr and Mrs H Calwell, placque.
Dr and Mrs C MKuykendel, cut glass
Miss Sophie Clarkson, lace handker
Rev and Mrs James McDowell. coffee
Dr Wm R Barron and Miss Barron,
one dozen tea spoons.
Mr and Mrs R M Foster, table mir
Miss Bettie Aycock, cut glass dish.
Mr and Mrs Abe Levi, silver baking
Mrs Simon Iseman, silver pitcher.
Mrs Hannah Levi, salt and pepper
Dr Edward Barron, cut glass olive
Dr and Mrs James McDowell, cut
glass water bottles.
Dr and Mrs Robert Moore, cut glass
Mr and Mrs D M Bradham, cut glass
Mr and Mrs Allen Bradhami,cut glass
Mr and Mrs F Barron Grier,cut glass
Miss Theo Gregg, cut glass vase.
Mr and Mrs W G King. vase.
Mr and Mrs F W Munnerlyn, cut
Mrs Stephen Hughes, cut glass bowl.
Mr Marion Knowles, cut glass bowl.
Mr and Mrs F E Taylor, cut glass
Mr and Mrs J S Eanahan, cut glass
Mr Theodore Bell, cut glass pitcher.
Mr and Mrs Walter Miller, cut glass
Miss Rosa Lindsey, cut glass knife
Mr and Mrs Clarence Wilkins, cut
glass olive dish.
Messrs B and H H Duflant, cut glass
Mr Alf Lindsey Carroll, cut glass
Mr Dreher, cut glass nipper.
Mr and Mrs DeLorme, cut glass nip
Mr G A Lemon, silver ice cream
Mr and Mrs Baker Haynesworth, sil
ver fruit knives.I
Mr and Mrs Scott Harvin,silver carv
Messrs Meek and Will Williams, sil
ver soup set.
Mr and Mrs John Edward Taylor, sil
Mr Charlie Rigby,silver sugar spoon.
Mr Archie Barron,silver gravy ladle.
Dr Charles Geiger.silver berry sroon.
Miss Sallie Ingram,silver sugar spoon.
Miss Neisler, silver spoon.
Mr ind Mrs D I Wilson, silver teas
Misses Bessie and Mary Williams, sil
ver syrup pitcher.
Dr and Mrs Cartwright, sugar dish.
Mr.J M Spaan, silver teaspoons.
Dr C F Williams, table linen.
Mrs H E Ravenel, pin cushion.
Felix and Joe Walker, and Cail and
George Hart ,fish stew spoon.
STATE OF OMo, CITY OF TOLEDO, I .
FaANK J. CHENEY makes oath that he is the
senior partner of the firm of F. J. CHEEY %
Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, county
and State aforesaid, andthut said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for
each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by the use of HALL's CATARRH CURE.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my pres
ence. this 6th day of December. A. D. 1886
. 1A. W. GLEASON,
SEAL -Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and
acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. Send for testimnoials. free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists. 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Why Not Take a Trip This Winter Through
Florida to Cuba.
This beautiful State and Island has
been brought within easy reach by the
splendid through train scrrice of the
Atlantic Coast Line, the gre& through
fare to the tropics. Winter Tourists
Tickets are now on sale to all points in
Florida and to Havanna. For rates,
schedules, maps, sleeping car and
Steamship accommodations write to,
W. J. CRAIG,
General Passenger Agent.
Wilmington, S. C.
"What to say in Spanish and how to
say it" sent to any address upon receipt
of a two cent stamp.
Good for Children.
The pleasant to take and harmless
One Minute Cough Cure gives immedi
ate relief in all cases of Cough, Croup
and LaGrippe because it does not pass
immodiately into the stomach, but
takes effect right at the seat of the
trouble. It draws out the inflamation,
heals and soothes and cuies permanent
ly by enabling the lungs to contribute
pure life-giving and. life-ssaining oxy
gen to the blood-andtissues. Dr. Arm
strong of Della, Tex., prescribes it dai
ly and says there is no better cough
remedy made. Sold by The R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store.
New Zion Dots.
Editor The Manning Times:
What has become of the correspond
ents to THE TimES from Pinewood,Sum
merton, Paxville and other places. All
of us over here like to hear from them
and I hope they will report all of the
news so that Christmas will not be
Mr. J, E. Green of Alcolu has resign
ed his position as section master on the
Alderman rail road.
Is John Slab still living.
The readers of THE TMES enjoy
the editorial columns. The last few
weeks the editor has created considera
News is very scarce at this time.
Kodol Dlyspepsia Cure
digests all classes of food, tones and
strengthens the stomach and digestive
organs. Cures dyspepsia, indigestion,
stomach troubles and makes rich red
blood, health and strength. Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure rebuilds wornout tissues,
purifies, strengthens and sweetens the
stomach. Gov. G. W. Atkinson of W.
Va., says: "I have used a number of
bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and
have found it to be a very effective
and, indeed a powerful remedy for
stomach ailments. I recommend it to
my friends." Sold by The R. B. Loryea
Editor The Manning Times:
Cotton is bringing nearly 12 cents and
things begin to look like Christmas.
Dr. D. 0. Rhame has moved into his
large brick store and has gotten his
stock about straight.
On last Thursday evening Constables
Jenkinson and Alsbrook seized 4 gal
lons of malt whiskey at the express of
fice at this place consigned to Joe Sha
leuhy. From what I can hear it was a
wrong seizure as it was a high grade of
whiskey and was for private use it is
sure that these men would not sell
whiskey and if they wanted to sell the
stuff they would not buy as costly a
grade a3 that was to sell to the people
that patronize a blind tiger.
Miss Lizzie Scarborough of Darligton
one of the graded school teachers the
past session was over on a visit to rela
tives and friends the past few days.
Mr. 0. G. Keeles has rented Dr. D.O.
Rhame's store that he just moved out
of and has his stock of merchandise all
The W. 0. W. expects to add some
masses to its lodge roll soon.
Mrs. R. H. Belser left last Thursday
for a two weeks visit to her daughter,
Mrs. Caro Melton, of Columbia.
Mr R. B. Meileth is having a framed
store house built on his lot near the
Hon. C. M. Davis of Davis Station
spent Monday in this town.
Mr. and Mr. M. D. Wells had the
misfortune to lose their infant babe last
One Hundred Dollars a Box
is the value H. A. Tisdaie, Summerton,
S. C,, places on DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve. He says, "I had the piles for 20
years. I tried many doctors and medi
cines, but they all -failed except De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It cured
me." It is a combination of the heal
ing properties of Witch Hazel with an
tiseptics and emolents; relieves and
permanently cures blind, bleeding,itch
ing and protruding piles, sores, cuts,
bruises exzema, salt rheum and all skin
diseases. Sold by The R. B. Loryea
FOR GOOD POSITIOYS
GUARANvEED IN WRITING.
0 FREE SCHOLARSHIPS OFFERED
GA.-ALA. BUS. COLLEGE, MACON. GA
Sale Personl Property.
STATE OF SOUTH CAOLINA,
I will sell to the highest bidder, for
cash, at Davis Station, S. C., on Tues
day, the 5th day of January, A. D.
1904, the following personal property,
One bale of cotton weighing 525
pounds more or less, one bale of cotton
weighing 520- pounds more or less, 90
bushels cotton seed, 501 bushels of corn
and 590 pounds of fodder.
The same being seized and to be sold
to satisfy a lien given by Eliza J. Grif
fin to C. M. Davis, and is of record in
Clerk of Court's office in said county in
Book 24, at p age 1074.
Given under my hand and seal this
15th day of December, A. D. 1903.
J. ELBERT DAVIS,
Christmas Holiday Rates.
For the Christman Holidays the At
lantic Coast Line announces a rate of
one and one third one way fares plus
25c. for the round trip between all
points South of the Potomac and Ohio
Bivers and East of the Mississippi
River. Tickets on sale December 23rd,
25th, also 30th, 31st, and January 1st,
1904, with final limit January 4th, 1904.
For the accommodation of students
and teachers of schools and colleges
the Atlantic Coast Line bas arranged
round trip rates as above, December
16th, to 22nd, with final limit January
The train service of the Atlantic
Coast Line is unexcelled. For tickets
and full information apply to Ticket
W. S. CRAIG,
General Passenger Agent.
Wilmington, N. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Mary C. Jayroe, James P. Andrews
and Hannah M. Bethune, in her
own right, and as guardian ad
litem for Caroline M. Bethune,
Sarah E. Bethune, Mary J. Be
thune, Ennette M. Bethune, Jo
seph F. Bethune and Sarah A.
Bethune, infants, Plaintiffs,
Lillie A. Andrews and Louisa E. An
Decree of Partition.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
Judgment Order of the Court of Com
mon Pleas, in the above stated ac
tion, to me directed. bearing date
December 7, 1903, I will sell at public
auction, for cash, to the highest bid
der, at Clarendon Court House, at
Manning, in said county, within the
legal hours for judicial sales, on Mon
day, the 4th day of January, 1904, be
ing salesday, the following described
"All that tract or parcel of land ly
ing, being and situate in the County
of Clarendon and State aforesaid,
containing- eighty-six and one-half
acres, more or less, and bounded on
the north by lands of James Davis
and lands of W. A. Broadway; east,
by lands devised to Louisa E. An
drews and Lillie A. Andrews; south,
by lands of W. N. Stukes, and west
by the Sumter public road."
Purchaser to pay for papers.
J. ELBERT DAVIS,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Manning, S. C., December 7, 1903.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Countf of Clarendon.
By James M. Windham, Esq., Judge
W H E R E A S, David R. Lide made
H suit to me, to grant him Letters
of Administration of the estate.and
effects of David F. Lide.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said David F.
Lide, deceased, that they be and ap
pear before me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held at Manning, S. C., on
the 29th day of December next after
publication thereof, at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have,;why the said administra
tion should not be granted.
Given under my hand, this 9th
day of December, A. D. 1903.
JAMES M. WINDHAM,
[SEAL.] Judge of Probate.
E. C. HloRTON, JR.
That wc are displayi:
Fine Sterling Silv
.Men's Plain and S
* Silk Mufflers,
* Lace Collars,
* Gloves, Rugs,
* Scarfs, Centre Piet
* Fine Damasks,
* Table Covers,
* Napkins, Doilies,
* and all the
@ you want. Fine Fu
things out of the Dry
ated at the prices we a
Yours with Chris
I MA RY C
Next door to S. L. Kras
One of the larges
they were overstocked
knowing that my stock
Now this is a lare
casted ahead of us we 1
and give everybody wh
In addition to our big
some $2,000 worth of Men'i
we put on sale along with <
priIf you need a nice Sti
here is your chance.
We have just gotten in
11-4 sizes from the famous I
If you need a nice pai;
from us 25 per cent cheapel
Here is your chance for
It is no use for us to e
Shoes we carry, for our rep
best Shoes is well known.
It is exiough for as to
line of the famous H. C. (
dren equally as good.
When you need a pair
call at Jenkinson's.
ofr Miinery Departm
We have in stock a
Misses' and Children.
Also a handsome and c
A nice assortment of L
Here is your chance to
We have a nice st
and balance on reasonat
T. MITCHELL W ELLS. 9
igmghyprty n ueul@
ilk mihndkeref n s fl
sed H any eri efs, O
nofs unimany ohreu
-0od iewl eapei
;, Clothing, Wool Blankets, Dry Goods
ions, Shoes, Furniture, Sewing Ma
tes, Millinery, Cloaks and Furs.
t clothing manufacturers in the United States wired me some days ago from Baltimore that
on Overcoats, and that they had shipped me one thousand dollars' worth of Overcoats,
had been destroyed by fire.
,e stock of Overcoats to have on hand at this time, but as there is a very severe winter fore
ave decided to keep this lot of Overcoats and hold a
Peat Holiday Overcoat Sale
> needs a nice Overcoat a chance to get one cheap. If -you need a nice Overcoat here is your
and Pants. Dry Goods.
Overcoat Sale we have now in stock
and Boys' Clothing and Pants which Oar Dry Goods Department has always beon our hobby, and
ur Overcoats at competition breaking while our quarters are very much cramped, yet we can truthfully
it of Clothes or a nice pair of Pants boast of having as nice line of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods as
it o Clthe ora nie pir f Pntsyou wvill find in-this place.
If you need a nice Silk Dress you can get the best bargainS
Blan ets.in town in Silks from us.
If you need something new in Dress Goods you can get it
Blan ets.right here from us.
one case of Wool Blankets in 10-4'and -
.eaksville Mills. North Carolina.
of Wool Blankets you can get them N otions, N otions
than yoankeanywhere else.
Our Notion Department is in far better trim than you would
Shoe Sale. eApectl line of Corsets of the world's best makes, TROMP
SON'S GLOVE-FITTING CORSETS, R &; G. CORSETS,. ROYAL
alarge upon the merits of the line of WOOSTER CORSETS.
utation for carrying nothing but the A full line of Gloves and Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Towels and
mdd that we have in stock a splendid A full line or Ladies' and Gent's Cotton And Wool Knit Un
iODMAN Shoes for Ladies and Chil- derwear. Also a nice line of Children's Knit Underwear.
of Shoes that will give you seryiee
TO YOU, LADIES. Furniture Departmfent.
ant -s well prepared to meet the wants
3nt~~~~~~~~~ iswlJrpreoome hewns~ st want to put this in the most forcible wyIcan ex
pr iess it that we have a large stock of Furniture on handand can
UITS AND FURS. se and WILL sell as cheap or cheaper. than any other house
in this section.
;pIendid line of Cloaks for Ladies', If you need a nice Oak Bed Room Suit'you can get it from
us cheaper than anywhere else.
ieap line of Furs and Muffs. Nice Poplar Bed Room Suits from $10 per Suit up.
If you need a nice Set of Chairs or a -" unge or a Couch or a __
-MA E UI S.nice Sideboard you can get just what :~aneed at our store at
AD UT .the lowest prices.MD T
tdies' Tailor-Made Suits at COST. A nice line of Baby Carriages very cheap. Give your wife a
-et a Suit cheap. nice Baby Carriage for a Christmas present.
ck of Sewing Machines on hand and will sell low for the cash, or will sell for part cash
le terms. If you need a Machine see us.
Iuall anpd Winterup.
nieSdbadyue tas ht o 1o
le Suts., yOuechiase sat
Fand Furnishing (Goodsn
FrMen, Boys' and Children is ready
In addition to the well-known makes0
we've been handling, we have secured
control for Sumter of the celebrated
~ Hart, Schaffner & Marx's
Suits and Overcoats. 2
a Eegamnhymkisditpositive guarantee of satisfactory 2 27
2 .-~~?"-wear to the purchaser.
2 ~ We also have control of the followng
r ~ well-known makes in other ilines:
S ?~ ~~"IMPERIAL " Brand of Boys' and
2 Children's Suits.
SKNOX'S Stiff and Soft Hats.+
2 HAWES' Celebrated $3 Hats.
6 "COSMOPOLITAN " Full D r e s s
"ECLIPSE "jPerfect-Fitting Negli.
2 g~ee Shirts.2
2 ro 6 Every department offour store is full
-2 .-c t vrfoin ih h
2 3 hietProduotions
of the best makers of wearables for Men, Boys. and Children.
A visit will be very much appreciated, and result, we think,
in mutual benefit.
D. J. CHANDLERl
e Phone i66. Sumter, 5. C.