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THE MANNLNG TIMES.
WEDNESDAY, SEP. 8, 1886.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
One Year, in Advance $1.50. or S2.00 at
:the Expiration of Six Months.
Advertisements.-1'er Square. first in
Each subsequent insertion. 50c.
.r Contmet Advertising at reduced
Advertising in Local CAlumn, 10c. ptr
Gen. M. L. Bonham, Sr., is in town
visiting ins son, who is still ill.
The Grove school opened Mordlay
morning under the most encouraging
Rev. 3-T Garris preached in the
Presbyterian 'hurch at this place
last Sunday evening.
"Argonaut's" communication came
in too late to publish this week. In
the next issue it will appear.
Our merchants are daily receiving
large quantities of goods.
The primary races next week prom
ise to be very close.
Misses Virginia Ingram and Annic
Ewell have returned from their sum
Rev. Mr. Leard and wife returned
home on Friday from a visit to Ches
ter. The Rev. gentleman filled his
place in the Methodist Church as us
Up to yesterday afternoon about
thirty-five bales of cotton have been
sold in Manning.
On last Saturday afternoon Mr. M.
Levi lost a fine milch cow. The cow
was tied in his field to graze, and be
coming tangled in the rope, choked
herself to death.
Those of our citizens who have
been to Charleston since the earth
quake, pronounce the destruction and
Aumage even greaber than is report
ed through the newspapers.
Mr. J. T. Carr, who has several
contracts in Charleston to repair and
rebuild buildings damaged by the
earth quake, left here Monday morn
ing with a large force of workmen.
Several columns of our outside are
taken up with the fearful earthquake
1isaster at Charleston and Summer
Dr. S. C. C. Richardson received a
telegram last Saturday, announcing
the death of his sister, Mrs. Mary C.
Davis, who died at Macon, Ga., in the
early part of the same day.
We are requested to state that the
Rev. Henry Gilbert will lecture in the
Baptist Church, colored, in this place,
next Saturday evening. His subject
will be the "Ancient History of the
Mr. D. H. Witherspoon, of Colum
bia, has moved to Manning and pur
chased an interest in the Clarendon
Ent errix.. We welcome Mr. With
erspoon as a citizen, and extend to
him a cordial journalistic greeting.
Mr. Louis Loyns stands abreast of
the times. His column space in the
Tnrs will be filled next week with an
enumeration of the attractions in his
Mr. Sinclair, the photographer, du
ring his stay in Manning, offers to
teach any person his profession for
The County Commissioners are car
rying out the recommendations of the
Grand Jury in reference to the office
of the Clerk of the Court. The pe
tition between the rooms occupied by
the Probate Judge and Grand Jury
has been taken down, throwing the
two rooms into one, which will be oc
cupied by the clerk. The Probate
Judge will use the room vacated by
-As betweena dog and a dude for
a summer resort pet," said a young
lady as-a young man left her side,
-Jseh . hae,4 7c
L . n ra .......... 0 7
H. Bs . ichas 3....... 1 2
SJ. E.Tindal .............. 67 5
.2iE.R Plowden, Jr. ..........17 3
.L M. Woods...............20
H.H. Huggins.............29 6
Jos~ Sprott Jr............. 4
4 ~fJ.J.Convers ...............11 4
SL. L. WVells................9 1
~ P.G.Benbow.............. 46 3
4J. H. Dupont ...........
A. W. Thames .............30
~D. J.Bradham.............. 4
SW. D. McFaddin............0
(J. E. Scott.................32
r. D. Asbrook ..............17
ecJ H. B. Young................30
1,I). L. McKay White.. . 123
og W. Kirton................7
[A. M. Brailstord............51 4
o A. S.Briggs .............. 12 1
sIT. J.Cole........ ........5 '
4 F. M.Player................2 1
J. . Boaday......... 10 2
c E. .Horon.............. 21
C. L. Withespon.......... 0
SR.J& Aycock...............48 '2
3 T. Adams Way.............47 1
gW. J. Turbeville. .. ...... .. 0 1
1J. J. IHrvin...............10J
~H. A. Tisdale..............17
t J. 3. Reardon...........
The published report above is the<
late primary election. From some m:
to be left out of the count. The resu
largely from unofficial sources, prove<
in crediting Mr DeSchamps with 44.'
this, we plead the short time aloe
rible cnvulsio of fthe enrth.
"give me the do-.
"W ' a-vsked her compaion.
"The dog never says anyhiug.
"Neither does the dude, does be?"
"No, but he makes me tired talking
A georgia rattlesnake got into a
pantry the other night, found some
eggs and swallowed them, crawled
partly through the handle of a jug,
found more eggs and swadlowed them,
and was thus made a prisoner, the
eggs on each side of the jug handle
being too large to pass through. In
his efforts to escape he knocked the
crockery right and left, awoke the in
mates of the house, and met a deserv
ed death.-Andersn Jound&.
The earth quake shocks since Tues
day night have continued at irregular
intervals to utter its ominous growl
and shake this "sure and firm set
earth" of ours to such an extent as to
keep in live activity the terrors occa
sioned by the fearful visitation of the
Various speculations are rife as to
the causes producing rmsults so fright
ful, and every species of information
on the subject is sought with avidity
and taken in greedily. The contin
ued evidence of the abiding presence
of this dire and dreadful force, what
ever it may be, is a constant source of
fear and restlessness.
The usual vocations of life have be
come a secondary consideration and
almost every one is on the alert for
fresh news and fresb disasters. The
weak and nervous have suffered with
I fearful prostration-some few instan
ces almost resulting in death from the
Whatever be the cause we can avail
ourselves nothing by idle speculation.
The one thing needfl-the one om
nipresent requirment is to go forth to
our employment, in the full discharge
of our duty, and leave the consequen
ces with a Higher Power, in the hol
low of whose Hands stand our desti
SEREADF--On last Friday night
after the official count had been defi
nitely determined, a large part of the
citizens of the town of Manning col
lected together the musical talent of
the place and proceeded to the resi
dence of Mr. Jos. F. Rhame, who had
been that day declared the nominee
for State Senator from Clarendon
County. He was lustily called for by
three rousing cheers, and appeared
on the piazza in front of his house
and addressed the crowd in very feel
ing terms, expressing the very high
sense of gratitude for the honor con
ferred on him, and especially to the
citizens of the town in which he re
sides did he pay his regards.
The solid worth of Mr. Rbame as a
man and his skill as a lawyer, lead his
many friends to the conviction that
his determination to do everything? I
for the advancement of the entire peo
ple is no fulsome adulation, but the
honest declaration of an able hand
and a willing heart.
After concluding his speech Mr.
Rhame informed the people that he
had a collation served with eatables
for all, and drinkables to suit the
most fastidious. For the temperance
man, cold tea; for the one who pre
ferred light stimulants, wine; and for
all who wished to go still deeper into~
festivities--somnething stronger still
The occasion was one full of pie as
ure, and all present enjoyed it very
Our Sympathy for Charles
The citizens of our town gathered
in the Court House last Tuesday af
ternoon to expres their sympathy
and subscribe assistance for the suffer
ing people of Charleston and Sum
merville. Mr. W. K. Bell, the Inten
dent of the town, called the meeting
to order and nominated Dr. S. 0. 0.
Richardson Chairman. Dr. Richard
son was elected by acclamation and
B. S. Dinkins~ Esq., Secretary.
One Hundred and fifty dollars was
immediately substribed; $50 by the
town, $50 by Dr. S. 0. 0. Richardson,,
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flicial canvass by the County Executive
ccountable cause the Bet'uel box failed
it stands as recorded last week. Our re
1to be, for the most part, correct. Thei
otes in the 31anniug club when hie oily
and .S5U by Mr. M. Levi. Dr. Rich
ardson sfaip(e that he had a buidin
with two large roonis which he would
also place at the disposal of any ref
ugees that may come to Manuing. B.
Pressley Barron, Esq., oflered the fol
fowing re- 'lutious, prefacing them
with touching remarks on the deploi
able condition of the stricken city,
which were unanimously adopted.
"1esolucd: That, the people of
Charleston and Summerville, in their
losses and sufferings, have our deep
"Resol::: That, a committee be
appointed to perfect such measuresof
aid and relief as our town is able to
exteud, and to do whatever may be
necessary to carry our purpose of af
fording relief into effect."
The Committee was appointed as
follows: B. Pressley Barron, D. J.
Bradharm, W. K. Bell, M. Levi, S.
Wolkoviskie, G. Allen Huggins, Sr.,
S. C. C. Richardson, Jno. S. Wilson,
S. A. Rigby, H. H. Lesesne, W. S.
Pack, and P. G. Benbow.
Messages of sympathy with the
meeting were sent by Messrs. J. I.
Ingram, W. Scott Harvin and H. H.
Huggins, who were unavoidably ab
On motion the committee was or
dered to canvass the town and report
at an adjourned meeting this after
Our citizens are keenly alive to the
condition of the earth quake suffer
ers, and will do all in their power in
Candidates for the Second
EMXING, S. C., Sept. 4th 1886.
Rooms Dem.- Ex. Committee.
Notice is hereby given that there
will be a second Primary Election on
Tuesday, 14th inst., under same rules
and regulations of first Primary, and,
also, under same managers. The fol
lowing are names of candidates before
John C. Ingrain, E. R. Plowden, Jr.
J. J. Conyers, P. G. Benbow.
J. E. Scott, D. J. Bradham.
J. D. Alsbrook, Louis Appelt.
COUNTY COMMISSIONERs. -
A. M. Brailsford, E. C. Horton, R
J. Aycock, T. J. Cole, T. Adams Way,
J. J. Broadway.
There can be elected only one Rep
resentative, one School Coiumissicner,
one Auditor, one Probate Judge, and
three County Commissioners. By or
der of Dem. Ex. Ca.
T.DIas E. DAvis,
John S. Wilson,
MRS, A. EDWARDS
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE,
Manning, S. C.,
Fresh Fruits, Vegetable, uts, &c., on
hand and arriving daily.
My Bakery Depart
Complete with bread and pastry.
COME AND) SEE ME AND BE CON
vinced that amy prices are low and that 1
cannot be undersold.
Both light and heavy and always fresh.
.r- Canned Goods in endless variety.
Country trade solicited.
I thank my friends and patrons for past
favors and ask a continuance of same.
pg Rememnber the place opposite Court
house. Dec 17
P R maybeoround on.
fie at Gao. P.
THISPAPEROWELL. & Co's
Newspape Adversing Burean(2E spruce St.,
contracts nmiy bNe W OK
raade for it i
35 32 33 26 45 23 31 618
24 11 83 50 48 9 33 620
8 20 19 2G 50 13 50 611
10 1 7 35 31 14 4; 4.30
58 42 73 58 65 13 57 72:3
32 14 53 23 34 5 14 510
9 12 5G 14 3 20 1 170
53 36 65 52 50 27 40 766
5 3 48 2S 36 5 27 514
& 11 05 15 13 26 17 434
8 13 22 19) 20 5 15 376
1 21 21 41 62 0 36 4G7
5 1 2 0 2 0 12 159
0 2 5 26 59 0 5 235
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0 1 1 J 0 0 0) 2
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9 8 17 30 17 1 11 357
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0 0 1 7 40 0 10 122
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13 412 23 0 2 21 0 105
0 0 0 20 4 0 9 173
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0 0 3 43 48 0 35 302
21 23 55 3 12 0 0 200
1 2 7 23 12 15 4 200
0 1 1 0 1-i 0 0 137
2 5 10 0 0 22 0 146
Committee of the votes cast in the
to reach the committee, and hence had
port at that time, although gathered
only mistake of consequenlce maide was
rcive M,24 and in exzenuationl ol
i...+aat ~imkc. ouent to tum bor.
MTxiux;, S. C., Aug. 26, 18S6.
A Girunma;n r -wiool fr 1.vs :and1 Gir ls.
LiEV. L, WV. JE1:NK7-INS. PmnI
The1 r.1 e: of this ;hool will beinl
Sp. (;"h. 3.N. and close -hme. 317. Thef
sevralcouses<-fstuy.as pir.sc-ntedl bv
low, are it-signi- to iect flit prusent andto
prospectivc wvanifts of those who iv atteid
COURSE OF STUDY.
Spellinz, First tead-:r. Primary Arithime
tic, and Wriirg.
IXmKo01EDA: D~rAnI T'.\ssT.
Spllin, send and Third Readers,
Written Arithm.tic, Primary (eograpliv.
English Grammar, Primary History, Cum
Positions, W riting, Doclamation.
Fourth Reader, Practieal Arithuetic, In
termediate GeograLhy. EngliSh Grammar,
history of South Cirolina. Condensed U. S.
History. Composition, Dictation, Writing,
Algebra. Physical Geography, English
Grammar, Composition an-l Rhetorie, His
tory of England, Phyics, Botany, French,
Latin, Greek, Elocution, Declamation, The
Eyxpenses and other particulars, apply to
Dr. J. G. Di\rNrs is still at the old
stand, formerly occupied by the firm
of J. G. Dinkins & Co., and is now
prepared to supply the people of
Drugs and Xedicines,
at tho Lowest Po.sible Prices.
PAIN, O1s, GLAss, ToirLr AR-rIcLS,
TooTH AND HAir BRuSHEs, Cons, FINE
Ton.Er So.kPs, STATIONERY, ETc.
'A full and select stock of all the
Patent and Non-Secret Medicines
constantly on hand.
An elegant assortment of fine
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Physicians' Prescriptions carefully
compounded by day or night.
G. ALLEN HUGGINS, JR.,
gal Office on Street South of Court
ATrOBNEY AT LAW,
M a n n i n g S. C.
lirNotary Public with seal.
JOHN S. WILSON,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
wranailg, S. c.
MOISE & HUGGINS,
Attorneys at Law,
Manning, S. C.
O~ice South of Court House.
J. E. SCOTT,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
wraniniig, s. C
W. F. B. HAsswonTH, Sumter, S. C.
B. S. Dissrss M~Ltyyrx, S. C.
HAYNSWORTH & DINKINS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Manning, S. C.
CHARLEASTON, S. C.
ToBAcco, CIG.ts, PIPrs, ETC.
Sole agents for the celebrated
brands of tobacco
A. McCobb Jr.,
AND DEAt.ER IN
Lime, Cement. Plaster Paris, Hair, Fire
Bricks and Fire Clay,
Land Plaster and Eastern Hay,
Agent for White's English Port
No. 198 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C.
Wholesale Grocers and
159 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
IDirect Importers of Ales, Porters,
Wines, and Brandies.
I have opened a first-class Shaving Saloon
at tho Enterprise othice, and solicit the pat.
ronage of the citizens of Manning und comn
PniCis--IHair Cutting, 25c.; Shaving, 10c.;
7" Special attention given to children.
C. C. REDIC,
Mixxno, S. C.
July 7, 188G.
F. N. Wilson,
MAtNING; S. C.
Man1 ning, S. C., Aug. 11, 18S(.
A Graded School for Girls and Small Boys.
The th1irI year1 of the Mainigmi G rove ehoNwill ei11 Slp
t(1Iember Gth. 188G. :111 elose J une 8th. 1887.
It, is the jurpo$Se 0 the PIincipals to give thoroughv1 instrfu'tion
inl the ('elilentzirv bra-eS. aind thIen adVm'e the pi a
ripidly as soml jt Ilmeit vill a1mit.
Special aLtiention given to Calisthenies.
Tihe school building is in completc orlder fihr omfoiort aind con
veniecIe. beillg well ventilated. .nd am vply heate Winiter.
Expenses Per Month.
First Grade, . . . . $1.00
Second . . . . 1.50
Third . . . . 2.00
Fouirth " . . . . 2.50
Fifth . . . .00
Seventh anl Eigh th G ra es. . . -1.00
Drawing aid Paintin. . . . 2.50
For further. patrtiil(r1 S. a)ply to ei thjer lrincipal.
William M. Bird & Co.,
Counter, Platform and Cotton Scales.
Trucks, Grocers' Tinware, etc.
Paints and Painters' Material of every description. We are headquarters
for these goods and offer inducements to purchasers. Aug1S
Charleston Iron Works,
Manufacturers and Dealers m
Marine Stationary and Porta ble Engines and Boilers, Saw
Mill Machinery, Cotton Presses, Gins, Railroad, Steam
boat, Machinists', Engineers' and Mill Supplies.
Re~Jtpairs executefd with p~romptne1iw anad Dis'patch. &nfor pricO. l" lists.
East Bay, Cor. Pritchard St.,
Jan13 lyr. Charleston, S. C.
OTTO F. WIETERS,
WHOLESALE dealer in Wines, Liquors and Segars.
No. 181 EAST BAY, CHARLF"TON, S. C.
CALL ON OR WRITE TO
FALK & CO.,
King street, opposite Hasel
Charleston, S. C.
Clothing, Furnishing Goods and
Samples sent on application. C. 0. D. shipped subject to approval.
& 3"10H-OLInl H.lM
OLD VELVET RYE
Eight "Years Old.
Guaranteed Pure and Wholesome For Medicinal or Othcr Uses.
FOR SALE ONLY BY
S. WOLKOVISKIE, Agt.
Stbno Phosphate Company,
3L\N tF.WTURE Soluble Gomoiiw (HIGHLY A3DioNITED.)
Acid Phosphate, Dissolved Bone, Ash Eletnent, Floats.
Keep <dlL"!/s on ivind for si/ic Genninle Gerruani
* ~Kainit, (P'ot&sh -S'a!:..)
Ingpnrted direct fromi Gerum;ny, for the* C.ompany.
A ihigh rade of Dried Blood, G1rcamd Fish Serap. South~ Carolina '-arl,
Cottonl Seed 'tenL. FOR SAiLE BY
F. J. PEL~zEU. Vrenitlent. F. S. Roix~ins, Treasurer.
ATLANTIC PILOSPHATE COMPANY,
MJanufacturers of Sadard Feoridiiers a:.dl imni,rs if I' L'!E G EIIDLI.
KAIIT PELZERl RODGERS & Co., Gen. Agents
Jan. 13. 1h'.wns Whior' (UIJARL ESTOJ, S. U.
TRUMVBO, HINSON & COMPANY,
Factors anid Conunissionl Merchiants, Cotton and Naval
-JA.13 ILt1RLLESTOA. S. C.
GEO. S.HACKER & SON
DOORS, SAISH, BLINDS.
OULDING BUILDING MATERIAL
Ofice 1111 W Rt I)l01s; KmIll.s
Charleston, S. C.
And Wholesale Liquor
Notice is hereby given that I will sell I-,
the highest bidder, for cash, as agent for th
creditors of M. Schwartz, deceased, at Ea
ning, S. C., on Saturiav, Angit 28, 18,1;.
within the usual hours of sale, the follow
ing named personal property, to wit:
All the stock of goods and fixtures whicht
belonged to the said M. Schwartz, deceased1;
at the time of his death. now in the store
house formerly occupied by him in the town
of Manning, consisting of Wines, Liquors;
Beer, Beverages, Tobacco, Cigars, etc.; Pool
Table. Side-board, Water-cooler, Bar-roou
fixtures etc. H. H. LESESNE,
Aug. 11, 1886. Agcnt for Creditors.
A. G. CUDWORTH, Agt:
155 MEETING STREET,
opp. Charleston Hotel.
Manufacturer end dealer in Saddlery
Harness. Collars, Whips, Saddle Hardwar
&c. Keep constantly on hand an extnsiv
and well selected stock of everything in thi/
line. And Manufacture goods to order a -
short notice. Oct. 14.
Wholesale Grocers and
CHARLESTON, Se C.
AGENTS WA D for Dr. Scott'.
Ubeautiful Electric Corsets.
Sample free to those becoming agents. 1d
risk, quick sales. Territory ven.
:le Satisfaction Guran tee Addriss;
DR. SCOTT, 842 Bno.DwA, New York.
BOLLMANN & Bros,
AND DEATS7 n .
Wines, Liouors, Tobac
co, Seg ars, &c.
No. 153 & 155 EAST B3AY,
CHA R LESTON, S& C,
R . MIARSH A LL & Ct.
4. HARDWARE M1ENCHANTS;
1:39 MEETING S'rEEET, Charleston; 8: C.
Sole Agents For
STARlKE'S DIXIE PLOUGHS;
AVERY & SON'S PLOU~lid
DOW LAW COTTON PLANTERI
AND GUANO DISTRlITOR.%
Iron Age Harrows and Cultivators, Rouwmd
Plough Stock. Washburne & Moem's
Galvanized Fenece Wire, Cham
pion Mowers and Eeapers,
WATSON'S TURPENTINE TOOIB
Manufactured in Fayetteville, N.. O. DYTe
Tool absolutely- warranted and
if broken will be
Also Dealers In.
Hoop Ironi, Horse and Mule .Shoeas Woct
and Tinware, Coopers tools; hiiners
Tools, Cutlery, Guns and Sparb
Prices made on application..
GRAND, UPRIGHT, & S UR
Tone and Durability.
13- New Orleans Exposition-Two GoMl
Medals for Upright and Square.
1881- Boston (Mass.) Exposition-Fir:
Prize for Square Grand.
17-Paris Exposition-For Square an4
187-Phihdephia Centennial-For Square.
Upright and Grand.
And also over
200 FIRST PREMIUMS
at State and County Fairs.
Have the endorsement of over.I00 differ'o t
Colleges and Schools as to their durability:
A large assortment of SECOND-HAND PlMy
os always on band. General wholesa.
agents for Palace, New Englaind and Bii
Pianos and Organs sold on easy month!.0'
Pianos takenl in exchange, also thorough
ly repaired. Send for Illustrated Pianoa
CHIAS. M. STIEFF,
9 N. Liberty Street,