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WEDNESDAY, JAN.19, 1387
TERM3s OF SU1USCPRIPTION:
One Year, in Advance A1.50. or $2.00 at
the Erpiration of Six Months.
Advertisements.--Per Square, first in
Each subsequent insert'on. 50e.
;-0 Contract Advertising at reduced
Law Card-Joseph F. Rhame.
Notice to Creditors-Sumter anel Frank
The mistake that "Argonaut" com
plains of is very much deplored.
Mrs. A. Edwards was in Charleston
last week purchasing goods.
"T. Pez., makes his appearance in
the Tmw1's to-day after a painfully long
Mr. J. C. Stukes has sold his place
near Manning to Mr. D. M. Bradham,
and moved near Sammy Swamp.
SM.O'S CURE will immediately re
lieve Croup, Whooping Cough and B:'on
It sometimes requires considcrable
discernment to tell, when a won a'i s
forehead is bandaged, whether it is
the headache or the crimps.
A number of North Carolina tobac
co, butter, and fruit venders, with
their canvass covered wagons, have
been quartered in Mr. Levi's store
lot for several days.
A patent for a cotton-chopper has
b-een secured for Mr. W. H. Mercer,
of Mercer, S. C., by Messrs. C. A.
Snow & Co., patent lawyers of Wash
ington, D. C.
Mr. A. J. Tindal, requests the an
nouncement that there will be preach
ing in the Manning Baptist Church
Sunday afternoon the 23rd instant at
The cheekiest thing in the world is
to take a newspaper a year, and then
come to the editor and ask him to
stop it, promising to pay your sub
scription some time soon.
A NASAL INJECTOR free with each bot
tle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price by
"And what was the disposition of
the remains? was asked of a man - ho
recently lost his mother-in-law. "The
disposition of the remains," he replied
with great feeling," was quiet and
Mr. Alfred Setzer, formerly of this
town, now residing in Newton, N. C.
is stopping with Mr. W. R. White, Jr.
Quite a host of friends Mr. Setzer has
here, who will be glad to meet him
The following remarkible case o'
blood poisoning is related :Mr. Cha
runson, of Hampton County, wil
butchering a hog last week, had his
thumb pierced by a splinter, and the
blood of the hog entering the thumb,
blood-poisoning ensued, from the e
fects of which he died in a few days.
Miss Tindal, a most charming
young lady of Clarendon County.
spent the holidays with Miss Alma
Breeden of our town. Miss Tindal is
a daughter of Hon. James E. Tindal,
who by his genial manner, so com-.
pletely won the esteem of so many of
our people during the Agricultural
meeting in this town a year or two
ago. Miss T left on Monday last for
her home.-Bennettsile Chronidie.
WHY WILL YOU cough when Shiiho's
Cure will give imnmediate relief. Price 101
ets., 50Oets., and S1.
With a side line, "Abbeville Still
Ahead," the Medium says : "Joe Bow
en, of Outreville, has a boy two years
old,.thirteen inches high and weigh
ing only twelve pounds. He is well
formed and as lively as a cricket. He
enjoys good health."
Again with a conspicuous heading,
"A Wonderful Bird," the Medium says:
"An honest farmer from Santee tells
us that he saw a white buzznrd flying
over that section a few days ago. It
was near enough to be plainly seen
and there can be no mistake about its
being a buzzad of snow white plum
age. It was pursued by a flock of
The Williamsburg Herald publishes
this good New England story : There
was an old preacher once who told
some boys of the Bible lesson he was
to read in the morning. The bovs,
fnding the place glued together the
connecting pages. The next morning
he read on the bottom of one page,
"When Noah was one hundred and
twenty years old he took unto himself
a wife, who was"-turning the page
"140 cubits long. 40 cubits wide, built
of gopher wood and covered with
pitch inside and out" He was natur
ally puzzled at this. He read it again,
'Ied it and then said:
*yfriends this is the first time
I ever met this in the Bible but I ac
cept it as evidence that we are fear
Our unavoidable absence from the
concert charade entertainmient at For
eston, Wednesday night last, was in-i
deed a disappointment. The reports
therefrom are most flattering to the
performers. However, what was lost
on that occasion is not gone for aye.I
We are glad to state that the ManH
ningites, as well as ourself. will have
the. opportunity of witnessing in Man
ning a rendition of last Wednesday
night. Through the kindness of Prof.
S. A. Nettles, who generously offered
the Manning Academy, t Foreston
Amateur Troupe will play here next
Friday evening. The performance
will commence at S o'clock. Au ad
mittance fee of twenty-five cents will
be charged for grown persons, and
John Butler, who already has a no
torious notoriety, althou h conined
in a cell with a he-avy chain, still man
ages to keep alive his reputation. A
few days ago. Mr. Rowe, the jailor,
hearing a suspicious noise in John's
cell, made an examination and found
that John hd broken his chain by
placing a link between the cracks of
the floor. He is a -unning fellow;
after breaking the clvin, be rmoved
the broken link and then tied the
chain together. There is no doubt
that if John had not been discovered
by Mr. Rowe who is always on the
alert for the safety of his subjects, our
jailor, some flne morning, would have i
been doubled upon the floor by a
bard rap from John's manacled hands.
and he, Joh , would have bounded
away with all the joy of recovered
Mr. Rowe is now more than ever on
the alert. Night and day, a ceaseless
vigil with weapons in readin ss is
kept on John's cell.
The weather last Monday evening,
performed some remarkable feats in
the way of changes, in a wonderfuitV
short space of time. In the afternoon
a warm rain fell, which diminished to
a drizzle as night approached. A
warm evening was being fr elv dis
cussed, when in a moment, apparent- it
I, a strong wind came whistling from
the north, rattling window-shutters,
arrving in its rush a blinding sleet.
manv could not believe that it wasL
ally sleet beating against the pan( s
A-a iass until an out-door examination
stablished the proof. The sleet Con
inued falling for about an hour when
lhe wind lulled, and the weather I e
ame warm agair. Towards daylight
, stiff wind commenced blowing mak
ng it colder and colder freezing ea; thI
ind water. Nob!ody grumbles at the
!old, but it's against huuan nature to
tccept a suddenidisagreeable surprise C
xith any degree of complacency.
'here is a universal demand for a sig
al station here, to provide against
hse unexpected freaks of nature. It
ras night when the cold came, wood
xoxes were caught empty; the pedes
rian was without his overcoat and
nittens, when the wind came carry
ng his hat away and producing cold
%ivers. How easily all this could
iave been prevented, if we'd only only
ad a signal station. It affords us real e
leasure to state at this opportune i
ime, that Mauning will soon have a
eather station, which will mock and
augh at the fickle attempts of nature
o cm.ch our citizens napping.
THE REV. GEO. H. THAYER, of Bour- ti
4a, Ind., 3ays: "Both myself and wife owe 0
r lives to SHILOH'S CONSUMPTION j
SUMMERTON S!FTINGS. a
Srynr:o!s, S. C., Jan. 17, 1887. 0
Notwithstanding the great hopes of
fe Eutawville Blilroad beingz comn
te to our villaC, SOumerton is
mar:blyi quiet this week. Som'e
an will have enogh enthusiasm,
owever, to miount the engine andci
ake a little speech, when the first
rain camsfl' through. The Rev. Mr.
,7rmlan will preach at the Presbhy
erian chumch, morning and night on
e 5th Suuday in this montb.
Fragmen'ts from Forestoni. t
Foraros,Jiauuary lith,. 1887. r
Ma. EnTo::: I am sorry 1 eennotj
ive your readers a description of dthej
>ncrt at this place last week. It so
appened that there was sickness in
wn that evening and as every one
ished to go to the concert, it devolv
i on me to stay with the sick. I have
een informed, however, that it was
juite an enjoyable affair. hi
Foreston is booming now; another a
tore has been' opened by Messrs. a
~leekins & Stephens, who vwe trust I
ill do a good business. Quite a num- I
)er of visitors have been to town dur- d
2g bist week, among whom were
Ydisses Florence Workman, and Pan
.e Burgess, and Messry. H. J. Hayns
oath, Esq., Eugene Johnson, and
Orange blossoms bloomed at the
Postoflice on Sunday night; the Trial
Justice officiating. The happy pair
vere Benjamin Whitley and Miss Di-I
ash .- all of this town (colored).
SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY-a pos-J
iive care for Catarrh, Diptheria, and Can
A Letter from Mill Valley.
Mat. VAxLEr, January 15, 1887.
IMr. Editor: With the new year I
make my bow. WVhat has gone with
the Tms? Our neighbor, the Enier
rue makes it regular rounds, but my
timE(s) seem to have too much Xnas.
Have you cropped n:e of-"r is it gone
where the "lion roars, and the wancv
doodle mournedh?" It the fault be 1
mine, there is repentance in this year
I have had both pleasure and afflic.'
tion for the last two weeks. Is it not
strange in these days of worldly en
oments~ hiow the hamnan mind can
e so woulaed to suit the times? It
is so easy to forget our mortality and l
take to the things that must perish]
with their using. How pleasant the1
charms which attend these Christmas
holidays! Xlore than one heroic
heart lhas been rohbed of its poise and I
weeps over disa.ppointment because
file's fatal betrayal. Tcu ijave
pissed the Rubicon and are safe.
h~refore, I nee'd not tell vou what a
sad thing it must be with some or eith
e of us realizing the sad experience
cf the dreadful result of a gloomy, re
jeetd lover's heart.I
Mv Christma*s first commenced at
Summerton the home of the Pilgrimns
Dec. 27. I enjoyed the ng t Te
ccasion was grand. I had the pleas- I
tire of being present at the Masonic
festival. It was their annual installa
the craft adjourned to a well fiiled ta
ble of refreshments. It may not I e
treachery to compionent the membe
for the provision of such a bountiful
supper. Our friend L occu pied the
East end of the table. Mlajor B the
'est end. Friday made the openiu
speech which electrified the entre au
dience. Major B, with his hunioi
and wit brought down the whole
house in uproarous laughter.
An invitation awaited u- to visit my
friend, Mr. T. H. Harvin, where .
met many friends, on the night of the
1st, at his hospitable resii-nee. TLe
doors of his elegant mansion vm!e
t brown open on this occas:un. Adori.
ed as it were with fair women and
brave men under the sheen of the
handeliers. retlected from handsome
irrors with cut flowers in vase and
irn, and bowl, the tout ensenled was
-harming and beautited.
This vast territory is on a boom
;ith courtships and marriages. Or
Luge blossoms arc beginning to bloom,
md are as fragrant as tbe oraLge
roves of Florida. Eggs, butter,
oast pigs, turkeys, and ministers will
ommand a high prenium.
The non-interferance by our law
uvakers with the lien law, gives fresh
mpulse to the young farmers of this
ommunity; as for the old bacheilors,
one will remain to eLjoy the vicisi
udes of another leap year.
Cold, sleet, and rain has keep us in
oors for a week; therefore, could not
ather items of local interest. Never
ieless farmers are up and donp
'here is bustle in moving circles.
aborers plentiful and easily employ
a, so there is a fair prospect of heavy
lanting with a close business year.
FOR DYSPFPSIA an' Liver Complaint,
D1 have a nrinted guarantee on every M
e of Shilol's Vitalizer. It never fails to
THE CITY OF F1HE SAND HILLS.
A Fraternal Correction.
FurroN, S. C., Jan. 17, 1887.
When a typographical error occurs.
seems perforce it must appear jus
-here it will convey the most ridieu
us meaning. Certainly this was the
se, when in last week's paper our
"rternal regard" was metamorphos
I into "paternal regard." Generally
-e manage to dispel any trivial vesa
ons and embarrasments, with our
oasted smile of equanimity, but for a
uncg and celibate Adonis, like our
I, to be saddled with 'paternal re
ard".-Great Scott! We gnash our
eth, rend our garments, and expect
rate on the carpet, for 'tis more than
-a can stand.
Something more substantial was
ridenced to our people in the way of
Railroad last week, Lhan a profusion
f charters and the gass of pseudo rail
ad magnates. The precursor of
'lton's Railroad, cousisting of a large
rveying party, sent out under the
ispices of a weailthy company-the
iimigton and Welaou Ri. R. of thle
.C. Line system,-is here. The
rver from Sumter Court House to
orkville (Rigby's Store) has bee3n
ade; the route as surveyed now pass
- within two mies of Fuiton X
oadis. This week the s.ervey wiji be
ntinued aeross the Santk to Or
ugburg C. H. This road is purpos
d for a short. route to Augumsa, and
> comp~lete the~ A. C. Line''s system of
.ads from northern points .to the
'rulf and Florida. Th~e chtief engineer
f the surveying expedition assures us
at thme construction of this road will
on be comm renced.
Scarlet Fever and Diphtheria
e spread by contagion, by the transfer of
ving matter from the skin, the muembran
us lining of the mouth, nose and throat,
ad from the intestines and urinary organs.
isinfect promptly and thoroughly vwith
arby's Prophylactic Flnid, the great gr-rm
estrover. Prof. H. T. LTroN. of the V.n
erbit University, Tenn., says : "A a dis
ifectant an d detergent Darby's Prophylac
c Flnid is superior to any preparation with
hich I am acquainted."
The reduction of internal revenue
.d the taking off of revenue stamps
rm Proprietary Medicines, no doubt
ias largely benefitted the consumers
.s well as relieving the burden of
ioe manufacturers. Especially is
hs the case with Green's A ugust
%noe~r and Boschee's' Ge'rman Syrup',
s the reduction of thirty-six cents
>er dozen, has been added to increase
he size of the bottles containing these
.emedies, thereby giving one-fifth
nore medicine in the 75 cent size.
Lhe August Flouer for Dyspepsia anfd
iver Complaint, and the Germa'n
yrup for Cough and Lung troubles,
iave, perhaps, the largest sale of anyv
nedicines in the world. The advan
age of increased size of tne bot
les will be gre'atly appreciated by
he sick and afflicted, in every town
Lnd village in civilized countries.
saple bottles for ten cents remain
be samte size.
Additional Appointments of
the County Auditor.
The followir~g atddition't. appointment:,
Lave been made by Ciapta.n D. .i. Bradham
or the listing of property:
David Levu, raturday, 20th January.
Eiarvin's Dei ot, Wednesday, 2nd ebr
Mrs. Spencer Windham's, Friday, 4th of
Futoi. Monday, 7th of.Feb~r'ur.
iodge's. Corner, Tuesday Sth F'ebruary.
D. J. BR~ADIA M,
Asuditor Clrendon County.
All persons havrmg claims acninst the es
ate of Alfred Francis, deceased, wiil present
heir accounts duly attested, and persons in
etted to saiid estate will make payment a
ince to the undersigned, who are the Exceu
ors of said wilL
at this season
& Pains in the
limlbs, Back and
r , Sides, Bad Blood,
+1-VOLINA CORDIAL CURES RHEUMATISM,
Bad Blood and Kidne "roubles. by cleansing the
blood of al iii apurities, strengthening all parta
of the body.
+-i-VOU4A C0RDIAL CURES SICK-HEADACHE,
Neuralgia, Pains in the Limbs, Back and Sides, by
toning the narves and etrengthening the muscles.
---YOLINA CORDIAL CURES DYSPEPSIA,
7ipsinv dConsfip-tion. by aiding tse assim
tiatln oftna Food y br-tlbe proper action of the
ftomach ; I. creates - healthy appetitc.
-*-VOLINA CORDIAL CUES NERVOUSNESS,
Depression of enlrits r.d Weakness, by enliven
Ing and toning the system.
---VOLIHA COR9IAL CRES OVERWORKED
and ifatu women. dy arnd SIckly Children.
It Is deligbtful and Lautri:'ous as a general Tonic.
Tolina Almnrtae nd Diary
for 1887.Amy.-.nre. codpete
ad wefu I Door~ i l: ir._- t., o (X CltE _ M
DISEASES at Vi. in a piexqant, natural way.
3lailed on receipt of a 2t. piage stmp. Address
VOLINA DRUA&CHEMCMAL CO.
BALTIMORE, MD., U. S. A.
10, D RNKINS?& GO0
We take pleasure in announcing t(
our friends, and! the public gencraily
that we are now fully prepared to sup
ly them with
Paints, Oils, and Glass.
Fancy and Toilet Articles,
Fine Cigars and
and in fact everything usually kept ir
First Class Drag Store.
Our highest aim shall be to dis.
peuse situdard Drugs and Medicines
Of the utmost Purity and Strength, at
the lowest prices.
A LL COLORS.
Physicians' Prescriptions carefulU
compounded by day or night.
J. G. DINK~NS & Co.
JOSEh F. RHAME,
A'&ttoPrn3e'y Ct MAa'W,
Mfail nning, S. C.
January 19, 1887.
JOHN S. WILSON,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Maning, S. c.
MIOIISE & HU'GGINS,
Mannning, S. C.
Oiiee South ofj Court House.
A-rroasr AT LAW,
M an ni n g, S. C.
W-Notary Public with sea~l.
J. E. SCOTT,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Manrning, S. O
W. F. B. HIAsawot.r, satterr, S. C
B. S. Dziurs, Misr~G, S. C
HAYNSWORTH1 & DBKMS,
ATTORNEYS AT. LA W,
Manning, S. C.
F. N. Wilson,
INSURANCE AGEN T
MANNING, S. C.
G. ALLEN HIUGGINS, JR.
e Office on Street South of Cor
I have opened . rt-cla.w :-:having: Uon
at the Entirrrie of-i. atnd s'.iieic to p.a
ro::ge of thi citizens~ of Mann ing and cou
Preins--HT~ir Cutting, 2->e.; Shaving, 103c
72 Special attentio'n given to ch~ie
MANsIN.;, S. C.
I Dr H BAER,
Wholesale Druggist. Nos. 131t & 1
Meeting street, Charleston, S. C.
DeleinDrugs., MJedicines, P oreig
and Domestic Chemicals, GL swar
Spics, Brushes, Essential Oils, Sm
gical Instrumients, Perfumery, F'ane
Goods, SHOW CASES, of all size
ad all articles usually found in
Firs-class Drug House. Prices lo
Quick sales and smnall profits.
A. McCobb, Jr.
Lie, Cem- . Pla ais. Hir. Fi:
Agent for Whit ys En.:g:lich P~ori
WILMINGT0N, CL, AND AUGUSTA R. R W
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and Fiorid poiitu .
Nossns f8 and a6 rmll to Wirujn s C. "N. C., mqldq close ronne.tRon wih e.
IV. t R .P for Norf,-lk. Pccri;.'Ic uWahntn altimore, PhiitdeizohMa, 'New
Aoi . nl J ln rt . nrrh % tr from Wpitesboro mf all Points on C. &D. an
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J. R KENY, J':J. F. DITINNE, T. . EKMIEESON.
up 't Tran;. (.'! $uI't. G Ge'n' 1 s - nrp t
OLD VELVET RYE
31- W H I *8SKe
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FOR SALE O h0 . 1iBY
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NEMW LjONDON, Conrn.
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CoL&MB. RaDlos.CAIO~~ 0,0
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6.30 Lauren " "W &.1C .,
4.bl ie 1 .E
so R. MAiDWARE MERCHANTS.
1J -Exm:u STr T, Cliaikdton, 5. C
Sio'h Agents For
TAKE' D 4 i P UGaS,
AVERY & SON'S PLOUGHS
DOW LAW COrTON PLAN;'JR
AND GUAU O T1) 1RLBUTOr.
Iron %o 'iavrow- and Gr.lli:2ors, Roman
PtsughStok.Ww-blinrm- & Moem's
Guvanized ene . r, Cham
pion Mowers an-i 'apers
WATSON'S TURPENTINE TOOLS
c n FayettraV'* , N. C. EVef
'Tool absniutelyiv x.rrnted and
if hrok -n wil! be
Also DeaThrs In
Hoop Iron, Horse and 'rule Shmes, W
und Tinware, Coo- -s tools, Miners
Tools, Cutlery, Os as and Sport
ing Ar: les.
Prices made cn ap ,ication.
GRAND, UPRIGHT, & SQUARE.
USUTA -SSED IN
Tone and Durability.
185--New Orleans E nsition-Two Gold
Medal- for Uprighi and Square.
1881- otn (a.)Exposition-First
Prize for SIq re Grand.
137--Paris Expositior -For Square and
Upr-ig t 1 Piaos.
1b~6-Th2diphia~ Cente'inial-For Square,
Uprigbt and Grand.
And also over
200 FIRST PREMIUMS
at State and County Fairs.
R av.e the endorsement of over 100 different..
Co1ieges and Schools as to their durability..
A large assortment of Szco -Haor PxA
os ahlays on hand. General wbolesale
agents for Palace, New England and Bar
Pianos and Organs sold on easy monthlY
Pianos taken in exchange, also thorough
ly repaired. send for Illustrated Piano or
CHAS. A.. STIEFF,
9 N. Liberty Street,
"I have --sed" Simmons Liver
Regulat'r for many years, ha%
ing made it my only Family
Medicine. My mother before
me was very partial to it. It is
a safe, good and reliable medi
cine for any disorder of the
system, and if uased in time is
c great prev~ntiec of sicnoes.
I oiten recommend It to my
friends, and shall oontinUe to
dso"Rev. Jamecs M. Rollins,
"'pastorM. E.Church, So. rairfield,V a."
T!MiE AiD DCCTSRS' BLL.S IAVED by
alray;s keepingj ii'mmns L~v*
"I have found Simmons Liver
Regualator the best, faily med
idtne. I ceer used for anything
that may ha' pen. L:ave used It,
Bilious'es:. and fourA it. to re
lieve n'mmediately. After eatr-,
ing a her..riy supper. 1f, on going
to bed, I tako abouit a teaspoon
fal, I nev;er feel the c~c'fts Of
the sup~per eraten.
"OVID G. SPARKS,~
"Ex-Mayor Macon, Ga."
H las our ZStamp on frontcf Wrppe.
J. H. Zeiin & Co., Sole P'roprietorsa,
Price, 31.00. PHILA.DELPHIA. FL
H CONTY AUDITOR (or his repre
settv)will be at the subjoined
places, for the purpocse of receiving Edurne
gf PerSowiid Property on the days E.xed in this
No) retans will be taken of any Real 74&fat
excett in such cases, where there is change
by parchase or sale; improvements or des
truction of? property by fire &c. Such chang
es rnust be carefally noted.
Ail persons not han ding in returns by the
2th of Fe~bru~ary, 1887, wdll be fmed by the
addition of a peaalty of 50 per cent.
Persons between the ages of 21 and 6G
years are liable to Poll Tar, except in case
Fuiton, Thursday, 6th January
Rodge's Corner, Friebq, '7th January.
Tiradal's Mill, Monday, 10th January.
Sprot's Tnusday, 11th January.
Brurnsen X Roads, Wednesday, 12th Jan
D. Leni's, Thursday, 13th January,
Sumrton, Friday, 14th January.
Duntlies Store, Monday, 17th January.
Foreston, Tuesday, 18th January.
Wilson's Mill, Wednesday, 19th January.
Brailsford's Store, Friday, 21st Janwy.
McFaddins, (Midway) Monday, MhJan-.
By'rin's, Tuesday, 25trh Ja&uay.
W. J. Gibbens, Wedaeeday, 26Ah Bas
Beulah Church,. Thursdary, 27th Jenssy.
Bethlehem Church, Yridlay, 2VAh Januwy.
p0-While not xliing oger appoi:.arnents
the office will be oyen ix M.aing
J. L COT',
Auditor Glarende Coet,'.
Dec 3rd, 1686.
-ThPOL.C| G AZETT~will bemalled,
securely wrap.ped, to any address in the
United Ss for thr'e months on recesptof
- ONE DOLLAB.
Liberal disct'ant allowed to postmasters,
agenets and cdnbs. Sainple copies mailed.
I fee. Addrezss '-.ll orders' to'
RICH ARID K. FOX,