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THE MANNM TIM.
WEDMESDAY, SEP. 8, 1886.
B. S. DINKINS, Editor.
Our Standard Bearers.
J. P. RIernuunsos, of Clarendon.
W. L. MArLDIS, of Greenville.
&,cr eretary (it Sate,
W. Z. LrrsaE;, of Kershaw.
W. Sromrr, of Berkeley.
J. H. mER.E, of Sumter,
I. S. B.ursno, of Barnwell.
.Adjutant and Inspector General,
M. L. Bo-smnr, of Abbeville.
Superintendent of Education,
J. H. RIcF, of Abbeville.
We are pleased to see that the Hon.
C. H. Simonton has been appointed
to fill the vacancy made by the resig
nation of Judge Bryan. Eminently
qualified and known and esteenied,
he, enters. upon the office with every
prospect of affording entire satisfac
THE OLD CITY BY THE
The loved old city is again suffer
ing, this time from the effects of a
terrible earth-quake. Her brave and
noble people have experienced the
ravages of war, the ruinous fire and
devastating cyclone, within a little
,over a score of years, and now, undis
iayed, they look upon the wide
spread ruin of the terrible earth
The destruction of the public build
ings, f places of business, of the
houses erected for the worship of God,
f the homes hallowed by the dearest,
ties of earth, are some of the effects
otthis most awful visitation. Other
griewns afflictions fell upon some of
her people. 'They mourn amidst the
desolation of their homes for their
loved dead crushed in the ruins. Oh!
sad hearts, God pity you ! Afflicted
.city! the world's sympathy is with
-ou! The hearts of not only the peo
ple of the State, not only the sister
States of yourown Sunny South, but
of the great people of the North and
the East and West, is touched with a
feeling of that sympathy which such
a calamity calls into exercise to bind
"The Greenville Idea."
There is a good deal of newspaper
comment upon which is led the
"Grenville idea" in politics. This
-idea is that representation in the
Democratic State Convention should
be, apportioned among the several
counties according to the democratic
vote in-the several counties at the pre
ceding election. Our position has al
ways been that the apportionment
should be made upon the basis of the
enrolled strength of the Democratic
voters in the several counties. It is
now based up'v ,pulation irrespect
ive of party atf.. .. ons. This is unfair,
unreasonable and illogical. The plan
is not thought of when it comes down
In the fnrst place the representation
in the Legislature is unequal and un
*just as can easily be seen from thelhst
census. Charleston has by far too
many members and will continue to
*have until the Constitution is observ
.ed in the matter of a new enumera
tion. As long as the present rule is
followed Charleston will be able to
hold this unequal power both in the
Legislature and in conventions. The
same may be said of other counties,
most of them in the lower part of the
*State. In practical effect the situation
is aa obnoxious in the olden times
when we were dominated by the "Par
ish system" and strange to say we find
- a few in the up-country who are
luke warm in their opposition to this
injustice. We would not take the
least advantage of any section of the
*State but only insist upon fair play.
No true patriot can afford to object to
this: We are all in the same boat and
-why should one section desire an ad
wantage over another?
.It has been insinuated that this
'plan must be kept up or we .may lose
the lower counties from the demnocra
cy but this is an entire mistake. The
people of that section are too patriotic
*and know too well the advantagecs of
Democratic supremacy to turn theii
backs on the party. It isan ungener
While we think representation
-should be~based upon the enrolled
~democratic strength, it is well to un
derstand the changes that would be
made if the "Greenville idea" prevail
ed. This can be seen at a glance from
the following tabular statement:
Present Rep- On basis
tion. vote 1884.
Abbeville 12 17
Aiken 10 11
Anderson 10 13
Barnwell 12 14
Beaufort 8 1
Berkeley 12 G
Charleston 28 15
Chester 8 8
Chesterfield . 6 7
Clarendon 6 (3
Cofleton 12 9
.Darlington 10 12
Edgefield 12 17
Fairfield 8 8
Georgetown 6 1
Greenville 10 15
Hampton 8 8
Horr 63 G
Kershaw 8 7
Laaurens 8 9
Lerington 6 8
Lancaster 6 8
Marion 10 1-1
Marlboro 6 8
Newberry S 9
Spartanburg 10 1:
Union 8 S
Williamsburg S 5
York 10 11
Total, ; S
The following co'unties will lose on
the basis of Democratic strength:
Beaufort. 7: Pcrkely, 8: Charleston,
13:- Collston, :; Georgetown. 5:
shaI.IW, 1; A ' 15h land (, 3: Smner 2;. WNil1
liamisburg, :3. Nine counti es losing a
total of 43 votes.
The following counties will gain on
a basis of Domocrdie stacngth; Abbe
ville, 5; Aiken, 1; Andeson, 3; Barn
well, 2; Chesterfield, 1; Darlington, 2;
Edgefield, 5; Greenville, 5; Laurens.
1; Lexington, 2: Lancaster, 2; Marion,
4; Marlboro, 2; Newberry, 1; Orange
burg, 1; Sputanburg, 3; Union, 2;
York, 1. Eighteen counties gaining
a total of 43 votes.
GAMP RIDGE NOTES.
Sep. 4th, 188G.
We have been dry for several days
and are needing rain in this vicinity.
Cotton is coming in; several bales
have been shipped from this point
On last Tuesday night about 10
o'clock we were visited with a terrible
earth-quake shock. Some had retir
ed to rest, some of whom were rapt
in peaceful slumber, (your correspond
est was just closing his doors) when
a sudden rumbling noise was Lcard,
like rolling a heavy barrel over the
floor; it increased ra*idly in force
until it seemed as though the very
earth was caving in. Tin-ware, can
ned goods, and even bolts of cloth.
came suddenly to the floor with a
crash; chimneys fell, plastering crack
ed and fell to the floor-and -to add
to the terror of the situation, the
shock was attended with a heavy roar
ing sound, like that of a train; the
trees bowed in submission, horses
whickered, dogs entered into. sympa
thy with a doleful howl, and even the
chickens were shaken from their roosts
and went flying over the yard and
squalling. Men, women, and chil
dren, rushed out into the road and
streets, in the utmost confusion-and
the poor negroes, oh ! what piteous
wails of agony and despair was utter
ed by them; here, one screaming at
the top of his or her voice, there, one
praying aloud for mercy, and no one
to visit them to advise and console
them, on account of our own families.
They gathered to a church near by,
and it was indeed heart-rending to
hear their shouts, shrieks, screaming,
etc., from an agony of fear. Nearly
:he whole of the white inhabitants of
this place, (as if by magic) immedi
ately assembled at my place to dis
cuss the situation. Men, women, and
children, old and young, promiscuous
ly appalled, terrified and almost hor
ror stricken, presented a sight to be
hold. And to add still further to the
awful event, there seemed to prevail
a general tendency to nausia (sich
stomach.) The earth seemed to vi
brate North and South. At intervals
of about three minutes two very slight
shocks were felt after the first shoek,
wvhich was the hardest we had, and
which lasted about two minutes. Al
ter some ten minutes we had the 4th
shock, which, though a great deal
lighter than the first, yet it shook the
houses, and the ground quivered and
vibrated perceptibly. Some fifteen
minutes intervened and we were vis
ited with another terrible shock,
though not near so fearful as the first.
About 12 and 1 o'clock we had con
siderable shocks, and then at 5 in the
morning of Wednesday we had a hea
vy shock, then at 8, then at 1 and 8
in the evening, and 2 before day next
morning. We had, some say, fifteen
shocks up to Thursday morning, after
which everything seemed to quiet off,
but only to last a few hours, for Fri
day night at about 11 o'clock we were
'all aroused by a fearful roar and sud
den shock and rattling of household
articles, houses, etc. This was a con
siderable shock. Again the pecole
were terrified, it seems, if possible,
worse than at first. WV~e had one
more before day, and another about 7
o'clock on Saturday morning, to-day.
Mrs. Hattie and Mrs. Jane Fulmore's
chimneys were cracked, Mrs. New
somi's chimney was injured, Mr. J. N.
Sauls' store chimney top is off, and
the chimney to one of his tenant
hou'ses was thrown to the ground, and
others suffered in like manner.
Though no lives have been reported;
as having been lost, Miss Ida McEi
veen jumped out of a window and
was slightly hurt. It is reported that
two fissures or spouts of water have
broken out on Black River at Mr.
Pipkin's place, some fifteen miles be
low Kingstree. Everything is quiet
at this time. More anon, H.
Sept. 6th, 1886.
Mn. Enion-After a long vacation
I cheerfully resume my place among
the corps of the Tamzs correspondents.
By way of compliment its editor de
serves his hat full of maize for his
bold and manly utterances in the pol
itics of the County from the beginning
of the canvass, in openly declaring his
views as to the different issues before
the people, never advocating for the*
first time on the stump,. nor through
the columns of the paper, the success
of any particular camiidate, for the
purpose that the public printing of
the county might be thrown in its fa
vor. Editors ought to conduct their
journals with independence of
thought, point out to the people the
evils surroundling them, mark the line
by which the political sentiment
should be mnoulded, but never dictate
that a people must be ledi by theirj
views. The farmers have had a friend
in the TIur Its former proprietors
advocated the interest of the "horny
handed sons of toil." The present
es away, and thought ealnly settlei
wNi soberness and truth, they vill
ind that neither the editor or the
Ttin has inade a sum:nersault. The
greatest topic of conversation for the
past two week has been the election.
All eves were turned on the Senato
rial caididates. The friends of each
ustered all their strength. The 31st
of August made the decision, and
qjuiet now reigns on the Potomac.
The first primary has been held, some
have won, others have lost. The bun
ie of candidates have beenthorough
ly ited, and I suppose now the peo
ple Can make a choice from those who
We are in the midst of an earth
quake., urrounded by uneasiness and
excitement. This community has
never before been so convulsed with
excitement. Individuals are alarmed,
believing the judgment dayto benear
at hand. The colored people are so
much alarmed they are engaged in
constant religious services. Prayer
seems to be the only safe-guard, the
way of escape-they constantly en
gage in this divine service.
Much sickness is reported here
death too, has invaded several homes
and loved ones are dead. Mrs. J. B.
Andrcws, an estimable christian lady,
a member of the Methodist Church,
was buried at the cemetery, where for
niany years she held her membership
at Andrew's Chapel.
"Argonaut," with his lamentations
-is this Jeremiah? Amazing good
ness, what wonderful kindness! why
not shoot off the whole thing with the
saime breath. Tom.
State of South Carolina, Court of Common
County of Clarendon. Pkas.
Francis J. Pelzer, Franois S. Rodgers, W.
G. Muckenfuss, T. S. Inglesby, and Francis
J. Peizer, Jr., Colartners as Pelzer, Rodgers
William 0. McIntosh,
IN OEEDIENCE TO AN ORDER TO
me directed in abovo stated case, by
Judge B. C. Pressley. I will sell in front of
the Court House in Manning, within legal
hours, on Monday, the 4th day of October
next, to the highest bidder for cash, the fol
lowing property, to wit:
All that parcel or tract of land on the
North side of Newman's Branch on Green
Bay, waters of Pudding Swamp, cuntaining
three h.ndre'd and twenty acres, and boun
ed on the North and North West by the
lands of Daniel Dennis, and the lands of
Mrs. Leonora J. Green, and on the North
East by the estate of 13. Evans, and on the
South East by lands of L. T. Player, lands
of E. S. McIntosh and lands of M. P. McIn
tosh, and on the South by lands of M. P.
McIntosh and lands of Harpor Woods.
Purchaser to p.sy for papers.
H. H. LESESNE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Sep. 8th, 188G.
State of South Carolina ) Court of Contmon
Clarendon County. ? Pleas.
H. M. Faig,
F. P. Harrington,.
Order of Foreclosure.
XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVFN THAT
.i under and by virtue of a decree made
in the above entitled action, by Judge B. C.
Pressley, dated Feb. 10th, 1886, I will sell
to the highest bidder., for cash, at Manning,
in the said County and State, in front of the
Court House, within the usual hours of sale,
on Monday, the 4th day of October, 1886,
the following parcels of land, or so much
thereof as may be necessary to pay the costs
and expenses of sale and of the said action
and the amount now due upon the Band and
Mortgage, ordered to be foreclosed by the
said decree. The following is a descrip
tion of the premises, 'liz:
1. A parcel of land containing three
hundred and forty-three acres, more or less,
and is bounded on the North by lands of B.
G. Pierson, East by lands now or formerly
of D. E. Reardon, South by run of Black
River, and West by the parcel of land be
2. That other parcel of land containing
twvo hundred and fifty seven acres, more or
less, and is bounded North by lands of John
Faliwood, East by the parel of land just
above described, South by Black River, and
West by lands of L. D. Player and M. V.
Evans. Purchaser to pay for papers.
H. H. LESESNE,
Sh'ff Clarendon Co.
Sep. 8th, 1S86.
At the Saloon of S. T
celebrated "Sweep Stak<
paled and sold only by
Co., of Ihiladelphia. T
:l reputation for its ined
Mr. WVolkoriskie has (
mali Bitters, hig-hlv rec
WILMINGTON, COLUMBIA AND AU
GENERAL PASSENGExR DErARTXENT.
April 26, 1886.
T~IE FOLLOWING SCHEDULE will be
oIcperated on and after this date:
No. 48, D.Lry.
Leave Wilmington............... 8.15 p m
Leave Lake Waccamaw........ .9.40 p m
Leave Marion................ 11.3 m
Arrive at Florence...............12.25 p Im
Arrive at Sumter................. 4.24 a m
Arrive at Columbia ............ 6.40 a In
GOING SOUTR-No. 40, DAILrY.
Leave Wilmington...............10.10 p m
Leave Lake Waccamaw...........11.15 p i
Arrive at Florence............. 1.20 a mi
No. 43. DAILY.
Leav-Florence................... 4.30 p Im
Leave Marion................... 5.14 p m
Leave Lake Waccamaw.......... 7.03 p m
Arrive at Wilmington............ 8.30 p m
GOING NORTH-No. 47, D.umr.
Leave Columbia................. 9.55 p m
Arrive at Sumter.................11.55 a m
Leave Florence................... 4.26 a m
Leave Marion.................... 5.09 a i
Le-ave Lake Waccaniaw..........7.00 a In
Arrive at Wilmington............ 8.20 a m
Nos. 48 and 47 stops at all st. tions except
Register, Ebenezer, Cane Savannah, Water
ee and Siims'.
Passengers for Columbia and all point
on C. & G. R. R., C. C. & A. R. R. stations
Aiken Junction, and all points beyond
should take No. 40. Pullman Sleeper for
Augusta on this train.
J. F. DIVINE, General Supt.
J. R. KENLY, Sup't. Trans.
T. M. EMERSON, (ien. Pass. Agt.
NORTHEATERN R, R. COMPANY,
CHniLzzsToN, S. C., June 20, 18'5.
0ON AND AFTER THIS DATE THE fol
lowing Schedule will be run.
Leave Charleston, No. 43 12.05 P. M.
Leave Charleston. No. 47 12.25 A. M.
Arrive Florence. No. 43, 4.10 P. M.
Arrive Florence. No. 47, 4.11 A. M.
Leave Flon4-, N,. V-, 1.35 A. M.
Leave Florene.-. No. 42, 11.05 P. M.
Arrive Charleston, No. 40. 5.00 A. M.
Arrive Charieston. No. 42. 4.5 P. M.
Nos. 40 and 47 will not stop at way slL
Nus. 42, aml 43 will stop at All stations.
No. 40 will stop at Kings:tree, Lanes and
Fast Line between Cr.uUMroN An
COLMmIA AND UPPER SOUTH Cazou.
GOING WEST. GoNo EAsT.
701 A. . ,Lv. Charleston, S C Ar. 9.10 P. m.
8A0"i" Lanes, " "7.45"
9.3" " Sumter, " "64
10.40 "Ar. Columbia, " Lv 5.27"
3.02 P. M. Winnsboro, "~ " 3.48"
438" " Chester, " "12.45"
6.05 " "Yorkville, " " 11.45 A x
7.01 " 'a Lancaster " "~ 7.00 "
5.3" "Rock Hill, " " 2.0 p M
12.48 p x Ar. Newberry, S. C. Lvj 3.04 r '
2.42 " " Greenwood, ' 24
6.30 " " Laurens, " "' 9.10 x
4.47 " " Anderson, "~ " 10.22"
5.35 " I" Greenville, "" I 'J.45
- 633 "Walhalla, " " | 8.20"
4.10 " "fAbbeville, " "|11.05 "
3.20 " ' |-Spartanburg" "1|12.10 r x
7.10 " I" . Henderson'1 NCI "j| 7.00 A X
On Sundays train will leave Charleston,
S. C., 8.45 A. M., arrive Columbia 1.00 P.
M. Returning leaves Columbia 5.27 P. M.,
arrives Charleston 9.45 P. M.
Solid Trains between Charleston and Col
umbia, S. C. Special Parlor Cars attached to
this train between Charleston and Colum-.
bia. No extra charge for seat in these
ears to passengers holding First Class tick
T. M4. ExERSON,
Gen'l Pass. Agent.
J. F. Dxvns,
S. A. NELSON & Co.
Wholsale dealers in
BOOTS and SHOES,
No. 31 Hayne St.,
Chkarleton, S. 0.
Goods direct from the Manufacturers.
We guarantee to sell as low in prices as any*
house in our line in the Union. Jan 13
Mortgage Sale of Personalty.
Matilda R. McFaddin, administratrix of
estate of J. H. McFaddin, deceased,
J. H. Epps.
Foreclosure of Chattle Mortgage.
B Y VIRTUE OF AUTHORITY VESTED
in me as administratrix of the estate of
James H. McFaddin, deceased, for the pur
pose of foreclosing a mortgage executed by
1the said James H. McFaddin, bearing date
July 31st, 1882. I will sell to the highest
bidder, for cash, at pullic auction, at my
residence in said county, on Monday the I
20th day of September next at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, the follo .ving personal prop
erty, to wit:
One-half interest in one .certain steam
boiler, .team engine, corn mill, cotton gin,
cotton press and tixtures.I
MA TILDA Rt. McFADDINI
Adiniistratrix of the estate of~ Jae H.
Aug. 12, 1886.
The fall Session or Suimerton
High Sch~ool will begin on Monlday,
September 6th, 1886.
The Principal will have competent
Terms per month: from $1.50 to
$4 .00, according to grade.
Board, from $8 to $10.
rg For further p)articulars, apply
to Dr. T. L. Bo~rgess, Chairman Board
of Trustees, oi to
J so. C. LA~u.xc,
\ o1'rin Cll).
V OLKOYISKIE. A(rt., the
,s Rye Whiskey. pre
Messrs. Mayer, Sons &
lis Wlhiskev has a nation
)1 hand also, tile G
3111111CIIded as a liver l'ov
:W COST HOUSES
HOW TO BUILD THEM
A lams Atlas. giving Cats and
modern costing from
*400upto a6,OOO.Profu, ely
llustti *eng *eryd'silnd ma
* "uald sHn*t
The latast befftiad only chea~
~~ ~ ;pbse Sent bymw4
George W. Steffens,
Auction and Commission Merchant and
197 & 199 East Bay, Charleston, S C
' Agent for the Clayton & Russel Bit
ers, and the celebrated road cart. -
J S PINKUSSOHN & BROS
Allegro Cigar Factory,
also dealers in FmE LiQ-,oais.
47 Hayne St., Charleston, S. C.
and 1059 & 1061 Third Av. N. Y.
Mantoue & Co.
Manufacturers of Cigars, Importers
and wholesale dealers in Liquors,
155 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
Cigar Factory, N. Y.
ORDER Your Seed Potatoes. Bananas
0JOrange-, Cocoa nnts, Apples and Fe.
nuts, fall stock of Fruit always on hand.
217 East Bay.
Charleston, S C
CARRINSTON, THOMAS & CO,,
251 King St.
CHIARLESTON. S. C.
Wathes, Jewelry, Silver and Silve2
W&. Special attention paid to Watcl
repairing. Jan 13.
McGahan, Bates & Co.
Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing,
Nos. 226, 228 and 230 Meeting St.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Dr H BAER,
Wholesale Druggist, Nos. 131 & 13.
Meeting street, Charleston, S. C.
Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Foreigi
and Domestic Chemicals, Glassware
Spices, Brushes, Essential Oils, Sur
gical Instruments, Perfumery, Fance
Goods, SHOW CASES, of all sizes
and all articles usually found in
First--class Drug House. Prices ioV
Quick sales and small profits.
COL UMBIA, S. C.
C. II. FISHER, Prop.
W. A. Reckling,
110.1 MAIN STREET,
. COLUMBIA, S. C.
Portraits, Photographs, Ster
Old Pictures Copied and enlarged.
J. C. H. Claussen & Co.,
Steam Bakery anid Carndy FactorY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
I desire to call to the attention of the Mil
Men and Cotton Planters of Clarendon, thai
I have secured the agency for this County,
for the DANIEL PRATT REVOLVING
HEAD GIN. Having used this Gin for sev
eral years I can recommend it as the besi
IGin now in use. Any information in re
gard to the Gin will be cheerfully given. ]
can also supJply the people of Clarendon
with any other machinery which they may
need, at the lowest prices. Parties wishing
to purchase gins will find'it to their inter
est to give their orders early.
W. SCOTT HARTIN,
May 5 Manning, s. C.
WVulbern & Pieper
AND DE.U.Ens IN
Provisions, Liquors, Tobacco, Etc.
167 9 & 16 E ast Bay Clwrleston. .S. C
Bernard O'Teill & Sos
191 East Bay and 48 and 50 State St.,
CH.I\RLESTON, S. C.
.i"e Consignments solicited.
Iron Lever. Stel Bearing. Drana
Tare Beam and Beam Box,
.Ji & h.,pays the fright-for free
Price Iesa mesnon paner and
$700 o$2500 Ma
expense, can be made working for us.
Agents pn~ ferred. w~ho can farnis~h their
own is.rses .nd give their whole timeo
the business. Spara moments. may i.- 'pro
iby emi)vyed &.s.. A few vannet in
'ewns..nl iti:: . B. F..Ju so .C .
HENR Y STEITZ,
IMPORTElR AND DEALER IN
Foreign and Domestic Fruit,
Apples, Oranges, Bnranas. Cocoa
nuts, Lemons, P1'ieappis, 1Potatoes,
Onions, Peanuts, Cab)bages &c.
S. E, Corner Meeting & Market Sts.
Charleston, S. C.
ID. BENTSCHNER & CO.
Frnishing Goods and Hats
FOR .UEX, YoUTHS AND BOYIS,
230 Kinst Street,
CIIARLESTOX, s. c.
PEOPLE OF CLARENDOY.
Having made arrangernents with
the best distilleries, I am now pre
pared to furnish my customers with
Purest Distilled Liquors.
My stock is now complete with the
choicest brands of
I have in stock a magnificent line
of Cigars and Tobacco in which
I defv coin etition.
9E5 L jiquors for Medicinal pur
poses a )peclalty.
I also take pleasure in introducing
the Ku rnitz kie's celebrated Wire
Grass Bitters; also the Carolina
Ginger Tonic. These Bitters and
Tonics are noted 'r their medicinal
Miy Pool and Billiard tables
ArE NEW -ND FinsT-cLAss.
Thanking the public for past pat
ronage and soliciting a continuance
of same, I remain,
S. WOLKOVISKTE, AcT.
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