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THE MANNING TIMES.
WEDIOESB, JAN. 2, 1887.
TERMS (F & SNClIPTION:
One Year, in Advance $1.50. or $2.00 at
she Expiration of Six Months.
Advertisements.-Per Square, first in
Each subsequent insertion. 50c.
*Vf Contract Advertising at reduced
A. Levi, Esq., has gone to Ocalla,
Fla., on professional business.
Rev. Mr. Oliver of Foreston, preach
ed in the Manning Baptist Church
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable
by that terrible cougb. Shiloh's Cure is the
remedy for you.
Captain John E Snowden and Mr.
Walter Wilson of Williamsburg were
in town last week.
Marion Star: Mr. Cooper of Claren
don, was in Marion last week on a visit
to his father-in-law, Rev. A. J. Stokes.
Our attention has been so much
drawn this week to other matters that
the Tnxs has not received our usual
Mrs. Edwards believes in printer's
ink, and also in patronizing the news
papers. Her advertisement will fill
the conspicuous space left vacant for
her this week.
The Orangeburg Times and Demo
erat has abandoned personal notices.
Well the Times and Democrat hasit all
its own way-there ;s but one paper
printed at Orangeburg.
Through Major R R Briggs we
learn that the Rev. W. H. Workman
will preach twice in the Summerton
Presbyterian tchurch-morning and
The Washington Post says, there is
an unparalleled audacity about Sam
Jones. He is now trying to convince
Boston people that they can't go to
Heaven without being born again.
Just received! Fresh Garden S'eed
and Onion Sets also an elegant line of
Flower Seeds at Dinkin's & Co's.
Mr. Geo. Griffin and wife will cele
brat- their golden wedding on the
first Thursday in February next. Mr.
Griffin is one hundred and eightyears
old and Mrs. Griffin is not very far
behind him in years.
Captain F. W. Dawson of the News]
and Courier will address the society
of the army and navy of the Confed
erate Strtes in the Academy of Music
at Baltimore, next month,' on "Our
Women in the War."
Mother: "Did You pray in your c
Sunday-school to-dav, Johnny?" John
ny: "Yes, mamma." Mother: "That's
a good boy, always pray in Sunday
school." Father: "But what did you
pray for?" Johnny': "I prayed for it
to let out." -
THAT HACK.11e COUGH ean be so
quickly cured by Shiloh'* Cure.
The Bennettsville Chronicle edited
by J. DuPre Alsbrook, Esq., is on our
table. The appearance of its edito
rial and local columnusis very credita
ble. A handsome list for new adver
tisements speaks well of the energy
and growing popularity of Mr. Als
brook in his new home.
Mrs. Winkle to new girl: "It's very
late Bridget; hadn't you better go to
bed ? Bridget (very kind-hearted;)
"Sure, mum, I will if yez think best,
but I thought yez was waitin' up fer
yer husband, mum." "I am." "Thin
I better wait, mum; you look too deli
este to hselp aman up stairs wot stays
out ats late as this, maum."-Omaha
Attention is directed to the list of
additional appointments advertised
by the County Auditor. By mistake
the appointment for the 29th of Janu
ary has heretofore been published at
David Levi's instead of David Lee's.
On Saturday the 29th of January
the Auditor will be at Mr. David Lee's
in Salem to receive returns.
It frequently' happens that there is
preaching in at least two of the
churches in Manning on Sunday eve
ning, and, as a consequence, the !at
tendance at the respective churches is
very smalL. Why don't our ministers
unite ins a union service every Sunday
night ? This plan was once adopted
in Manning and was'admirably suc
Representatives of the Sumter Bar
and Manning lawyers with an array of
1ritnesses, were before the Probate
Court yesterday. .The grand attrac
tionz was theaeontest made over the
DuRant will base. Judge Appeit, en
throned in stste, with his judicial dig
nity sitting well on his regal counte
nance, looked my lord or your honor
pleas, to pefi. The case was
corom satisfaction of all
The News and Courier has given
considerable prominence in its col
unsn to a reportorial interview with
one of our Representatives, Hon. Jas.
'E. Tindal, which we have copied on
our editorial page. Mr. Tindal, as
president of the Farmers' Convention,
and a conspicuous leader in the move
ment, has become prominent through
out the State. What his opinions are
on the subjects he was interviewed on
will be read wherever the report
The ladies of Calvary Church will
give an entertainment--Music, Hot
Supper, Ice-cream, etc.,--on the even
ing of the 4th of February, and invite
the public generally.
For lame beek, side or cbest, use Shifloh's
Pamnas Plautai Price 11 eents.
Tha Foreston Amateur Troupe fail
ed to make their appearanee in Mau
ning last Friday eveni Z; The reasoI
of their failure to fultill tlhicr engage
teamt, we have not been able to learn
The announe(ment of their perform
ance was published in the Tims o
the authority of Mr. C. M. Mason,
member of the Troupe, who called a
the 'TaEs office and stated that the,
had completed their arrangements
and would give an entertainment ii
Manning, Friday evening; at the sam
time requesting that it be published
As information for ourself and, pos
sibly a suspicious public, we would Ix
really obliged if Mr. Mason wouk
publish through this paper, the caus<
of the failure of the Foreston Ama.
teur Troupe to keep their engage
The venerable Samuel Leard who
for four years had charge of the Gran
iteville Methodist Church and for the
past two years has been pastor of the
Nianning church has been placed on
he superannuated list and will remove
to Chester, South Carolina with his
amilv. In his retirement from the
wetive ministry, the church loses a
veteran soldier who has fought val
ently in his day and generation in
:he servics of his master. May peace
md happiness attend him to the close
>f his well spent life.-Aiken Recorder.
Mr. Leard is one of the most god
y men it has ever been our pleasure
o meet, and we most earnestly regret
hat he has been taken away from
Meeting of the County Commissioners.
The chief business transacted by
he Board of County Commissioners
t their meeting last Monday was the
?ection of a physition and superin
tendent for the Poor Farm. As ad
rertised, these places were awarded to
he lowest bidder. The bids for the
>hvsician were as follows;
Dr. W. . Brown, $145, agreeing to
urnish all necessary medicines ex
ept stimulants; Dr. J. G. Dinkins,
2.00 per visit with stipulation to fur
2ish medicine at 10 per cent. above
:ost; Dr. J. L Ingram, $120, to furnish
nedicine. This being the lowest, Dr.
[ngram was appointed Poor House
the bids foi Superintendent ranged
'rom $119 to $200. The first being
aIr. P. R Ridgeway's and the lowest,
ie was given the place. Mr. Ridge
ay is his own successor.
The Board issued checks for a num
>er of claims, the greater part being
From the Treasurer's report lying
a the Commissioners' table we ex
racted the following collections to
ranuary 21st, 1887.
Ordinary county levy, $5,400.08; for
>onded debt, $678.&9; for balance due
n claims of the fiscal year 1884-5,
The greater part of the ordinary
ounty collection has already been
lisbursed. The Board will hold an
ther meeting to-day and declare a
er centage of 64 per cent. on the
laims of 1884--5. No provision has
et been made for the disbursement
f the bonded debt collection.
"Gentlemen of the Jury."
coURT' FF.BRCRY 14TH.
G~Ds-J H King, Robt. Epperson, Mo"
isRichburg, JC Bake~r, COLBarrow, J B
soudy, J W Broadway, C M Thames, J B
[indal, F P Cooper, L B Gibbon, T R
3railaford, W F Butler, J S Plowden, T
riggs Sheppard. J C C Drose, W J R Can
ey, E E Fleming.
Prrrr-E T Richburg, J 'W Gibbons, S H
3urgess. R J Aycock. S W Griffin, D J Bar
~ess, 8 J White, Jr, A J Tindal, Wheeler
Jiandler, B L Morris, C B Baker, A J Cas
ne, Dave Welch, F N Richb'irg, J J Chil
lers, J W Ragin, J M Richardson, S C Brun
~on, Jr., J B Holladay. T M Gardner, W S
Rollday, W W Raffield, Mi S Canty Jr., J
i Corbett, HP Dennis, J HBarnes, W H
riffin, F W Thigpen, Wm Broadway, R R
>ingle, J Mi McElveen, E P Briggs, C W
Walker, H 3 Abraham, A D Rhamie, B R
fWiliamsburg Star and Herald.]
In company with Prof. S. W. Wil
ams, of the lKingstree Academy, the
representative of the Star and Herald
n the evening of the 12th instant.
left Kingstree for Foreston, to attend
te entertainment given at the latter
?lace. It was an awfully cold ride of
fteen miles in an open buggy, and
we arrived almost frozen. But the
plays had already begun, so we went
it once to the place. About 150 per
sons were assembled ' the building
where the stage was improvised for
the occasion, and we were soon among
them and interested in the songs, cha
rades, etc., that were successively giv
en. The tableaux were well conceiv
ed and presented, the vocal selections
were well rendered, the instrumental
music charming, and several of the
actors evinced considerable histrionic
talent in acting the parts assigned
them. "Widow Bedott" was irrisisti
ble to any one with a soul, and the
hard cased wretch who was so unimn
pressible as to hold out against her
charms met a deserved fate when the
broomstick so promptly assisted his
exit Our friend A. P. McCormick,
Esq., appeared in the role of lover, and
seemed entirely at home therein. Sev
eral others amoug the actors showed
a proficiency in the art of lovenztaking
that made us think they were not un
acquainted with its actual ties. Sam
bo himself could not have surpassed
the representations of his characteris
tics, they were so naturally given
but one of these might well have beer
omitted. We desired to give the pro
grain entirely, but space and time for
bid. They who arranged the enter
tainment are to be congratulated or
SHILOH'S VITALIZER. is what you neet
for Consumnption, Loss of Appetite, Dizzi
ness, and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Pric<
10 and 75i cente per bottle.
-CATARRH CUBED, health and swee
breahseured, b Siloh'sCatarrh Remedy
"Only a Pansy Blossom."
What a sweet sentimental name. So
I full of soft euggestions and wee-wee
i ideas of dreamy happiness. Why wLo
- in the world would ever for one mu
ment think of calling themselves, or
1 arything they belonged to, "pansy
6 blossoms?" Why nobody but pretty
little girls, who because they are so
precious, nice, and sweet, have a right
to bear a name emblematic of their
t little innocent selves. There is one
thing certain, nobody in Manning wil
ever dare to call the bevy of little girls
who have a little society they call the
"Pansy Blossom Society," "vain little
creatures," etc. No, that they won't.
These little gems of nature have a
right to name their society, not only
pansy blossoms, but rosebud, daisy,
violet, touch-me-not, and whatever
else their little brains may hit upon.
The "Pansy Blossoms'; are truly a
wonderful order. It is youthful and
feminine in its composition. Only
very little ladies, and no little gentle
men, are enrolled on its list. Twelve
years is too old and knee breeches ai e
an abomination to the "Pansy Blos
soms." There is a constitution and
by-laws, with the usual cabalistic sign'
and mysterious pass words, hiding i s
proceedings from everybody elst.
Then there is a neat little pansy badge
worn on the shoulder. the grand
charm of the "Pansy's."
And there is the president, a little
lady perched on a high chair who is
recognized as Mr. President; and close
by her maidenly highness is the vice
president, addressed as Miss Presi
dent; and so on to the end. The
'Pansy Blossoms" have one, if not
more, very striking by-law, guarding
their door of admission. The young
Miss petitioning for membership must
acknowledge her worst fault and
promise "never to do that bad thing
again." One little Miss Pansy who is
sincerety itself, told us she had cor
fessed to "telling stories," another
said "disobedience" was her worse
fault. This is all mighty nice for the
"Pansy's"-but wouldn't the old folks
squirm and shy from such a confes
We cannot close our sketch without
referring to an oatrage on the "Pansy
Blossoms." They were in solemn
sessisn the other day. The president
was on her throne dispensing punish
ment and rewards; Miss vice-presi
dent was looking solemnly on, when
Miss Secretary discovered an enemy
hiding close by. It was an awful time,
they were betrayed by an enemy of
the Brobdingrass tribe, too large to
annihilate. The poor "Pansy Blos
soms"-their secrets exposed to the
wicked world, broken-hearted and
miserable, dispersed to meet again.
The Columbia Bicycle Calendar for 1887.
The Columbia Bicycle Calendar for 187.
just issued by the Pope Manufacturing Co.,
of Boston, is a truly artistic and elegant
work in chromo-lithography and the letter
press. Each day of the y ear appears upon
a separate slip with a quotation pertaining
to 'cycling from leading pnblications and
prominent personagas. I be notable 'cy
ling events are given; and conc:se opic
ions of the highest medical authorities;
words from practical wheelm en, including
eercymen and othe'r professional gentle
men; the righcts of 'cyclers upon the roads;
general wheeling statistics; the benefit of
triycling for ladies; extracts from 'cycling
poems; and much other informsation inter
esting alike to the 'cycler and to the general
reader. In fact it is in miniatare a virtual
encyclopedia upon this unxiversally utilized
modern steed. The calender proper is
mounted upon a back of heavy board, upon
which is exquisitely executed in oil color
ffect., by G. Hf. Buek, of New York, an al
legorical scene, representing the earth rest
ing among the clouds, with Thomas Stevens
in heroic size, mounted upon his Columbia
bcycle, circumnbicyoling the globe. The at
mospheric lights and shades of sunlight and
moonshine are charmingly vivid, yet artis
tically toned and softened. A smaller por
tion of the board is devoted to a picture of a
mounted lady tricycler, speeding over a
pleasant country road. As a work of con
venient art, the Columbia Calendar is wor
thy of a place in office, library or parlor.
diarendon Agricultural Society
The annual meeting of the Claren
don Agricultural Society is called for
Saturday, the 29th day of January.
Every Club in the county is entitled
to a member of the Executive Com
mittee, and every Club is iequested
ande exeted to be represented at this
meeting. The officers and special
members of the Executive Committee
are to be elected, and arrangements
ade for future work of the societ.
J. K TINDAL,
J, E D~vms, President.
Mrs. A. Edwards,
All persons having claims against the es
tate of Alfred Francis, deceased, will present
their accounts duly attested, and persons in
debted to said estate will make payment a5
once to the undersigned, who are the Execu
tors of said will
at this seaso
Pain* in the
I 4... Ximbe, Back and
&iwc, Bad Blood,
se-VOUNA CORDIAL CURES RHEUMATISM,
Bad Blood and Kidney Troubles. by cleanising the
blood ofall Its Imupurities. strengthening all p"rs
of the body.
+..-VOUNA CORDIAL CURES SICK-HEADACHE,
Wenragla. Pains In the Limbs. Back and Sides, by
toning the ner and strengthening tiL muaa e.
+-1-VOLINA CORDIAL CURES DYSPEPSIA,
Tndlgeretion and Constipition, by aidiur the asaim
|f ta Food tbrough the proper action of the
stomach; is creates a healthy appetite.
Y-VOLIA CORDIAL CURES NERVOUSNESS,
~eslon of xpirt and Weakness, by enliven
iganti toning the elyste=n
+'-VOUNA CORDIAL CURES OVERWORKED
and Delicate Women. Puny and Sickly Childre
Is Is delightful and nutriuous as a general Tonic.
VolIns Almanac and Diary
fo 187. A handome, com lete
DISEASM at HoM E in a pleasant, natural way.
ailed on receipt of a 2c. postage stamp. Addrese
VOLINA DRUC &CHEMICAL CO.
BALTIMORE, MD., U. S. A.
We take pleasure in announcing to
our friends, and the public generally,
that we are now fully prepared to sup
ply them with
Pre Drugs and Medicines.
Paints, Oils. and Glass.
Fane and Toilet Articles,
Fine Cigars and
and in fact everything usually kept in
First Class Drug Store.
Our highest aim shall be to di
pense standard Drugs and Medicines
of the utmost Purity and Strength, at
the lowest prices.
Physicians' Prescriptions carefully
comipounded by day or night.
J. G. DINKINS & CO.
JOSEPH F. RHAME,
.A.ttc-nloy at LSaw.,
Manning, S. C.
January 19, 1887.
JOHN S. WILSON,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
MrLn1min-. S. C.
MIOISE & HUGGINS,
Mlanning, S. C.
Office South of Court House.
A-rrORE AT LAw,
M an n ing , S. C.
*is-otary Public .with seal.
J. E. SCOTT,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Menn-eng, s. C
W. F. B. Hivraorr, Sauter, S. C.
B . Drsirss, MassIsc, S. C.
HAYNS WORTH & DINKINS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Manning, S. C..
F. N. Wilson,
INSURANCE AGEN T
MANNING, S. C.
G. ALLEN H UGGINS, JR.,
Wir 00ice on Street South of Court
I have opened a first-class Shaving Salooni
at the Enterprise ofice, and solicit the rat
ronage of the citizens of Manning andi com-.
Prcs--Hair Cutting. 25ic.; Shaving. 10c.:
p ;- Special attentionl given to children.
C. C. RIEDI(',
MANNrso, S. C.
Dr H BAER,
Wholesale Druggist, Nos. 131 & 133
Meeting street, Charleston, S. C.
Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Foreign
and Domestic Chemicals, Glassware,
Spices, Brushes, Essential Oils, Sur
ical Instruments, Perfumery. Fancy
Goods, SHOW CASES, of all sizes,
and all articles usually found in a
First-class Drug House. Pricea low
Quick sales and small profits.
A. McCobb Jr.,
Limo. Cem.ent. Plaiter Paris, Hair, Fire
Bricks and Fire Clay,
Land Plaster and Eastern Hay',
Agent for White's English Port.
WHLE-I!NGTON, COL., AND AUGUSTA co
1 .AIN (10N 7 i
DFl..ER No 15 No.2' *o. I
DxrD D:CDDa12iy.6 Daily. Daiy
Leave Wilmington .......... 7 72-0 A. Mj. Z5.15 P. U. 10.10 P i
Leave Lake Wacmaw ...... 8.41 A. M. 9.30 P. 31. 11.15 P.M.
Leave Marion .............. 10.28 A. M. 11.24 p. M. 12.39 A. .
Arrive Florence ............. 11.15 A. M. 12.15 P. M. 1.20 A. .
Arrive Sander. .............. 1.12 A. M. 4.24 A. M. 4 2 A. -
Arrive Columbia ............ 640 A.
T1tAINS GOING NORT _
Daily. ' ily-Dav
Le-ave Coluubia. ...... 11.55 i. .. 1 o - P - ----
Arrive Sumter.............. .5 P. . 2.41 r. - .............''
Leave Florence............. .45 1 A. a. 4.30 P. t.l- P. .
Leave Marion .............. . .2S .. ,.. 5.12 r. S. - -
Leave Lake Wae eaw...... 7.(( A. !. .56 P. . P. .
Arrive Wilington.......... 8.30 1. 8.3 P M. 11.2 .
Nos. 23 and 78 stops at ill sttion except Rvuister. Ebenezer, Cane Savannalh, Wateree
Pass.ngers for Colnnlia -nd I :noints on C. & G. R. R.. C.. C. &. A. R. R. stations,
Aiken Junction. ;,nd all points beyon. should take No. 48. Pullman Sie-per for
Angnata on this train.
J. R. KENI.Y. JOHN F. D1I1 INE,
Sup-t Trans. Gen' Supt.
T. M. EMERSON, Gen'1 Passenger Agent.
NORTH-EASTERN R. R. CO. OF S. C.
Conden.ed s &hedule.
No 15, No. 23. No. 27.
Dated Dec. 12th, 1886. Old No. 42. Old No. 48. Ol-1 40
Daily. Daily. D lyi.
Leave Florence ......... 11 35 A.. X. 12 0 A. X. 1 30 A. ..
Leave Kingstree............ 12 48 p x. 1 43 " 230
Leave Lanes................. 110 " 205 " 251)
Arrive Charleston ........... 320 " 4 15 1 5 00"
No 53 ruus solid Il ndy, ecept Sunut and No. 53 Sundny only, I rom ~Colubia t"
Charleston, N ia Snoter and Lanes, leaving Columbia 5.27 p in., arrive Chr.rle-ton 9.45 ) ipl.
TRAINS GOING NORTU.
78. No. 66. No. 62.
O1d N.47. Old No. 43. Old No. 45.
Daily. D-ily. Daily.
Leav .rlsto ....... 12 25 A. 3. 12 05 P. 3. 3 55 P. -4.
Leave Lanes................ ........ 2 30 "6 15
L.ve Kingstree...... ..... 3 16 .LM. 250 " 633"
Arrive Florence ..... ...... 430" 410 750
No. 52 leaves Chailestonl dailv, ezrept Suni-y, 7 N A. M., and runs solid to Columbia
via Lanes and Sumter, or iving Columbia 10 55 A. 3L No. M leaves Charleston .>ndays
only at 8.45 A. M., arr:ving Colnnibia 1 00 P. M.
Nos. 15, 23 and 27 make connection at Ashly Junction with C. & S. R. R. for Savannah
and Florida points.
Nos. 78. (6 and 62 run solid to Wilmington. N. C.. making close connection with W. &
W. R. R. for Norfolk, Petersburg, Richmond, Washington, Thaltimore, Philadelphia, Now
York. and all points North.
No. 66 eonnects at Florence with train from Wadesboro and all points on C. & D. and
C & S. Railroads.
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On Sundays train will l.vave Charleston,
8. C., 8.45 A. M., arrive Cohumbia 1,00 P.
M. Returning leaves Colunuta .5.27 P. M., ~
arrives Charleston 9.4-> P. 31. j sI~ U I
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1885-New Orleans Exposition-Two Gold
Medals for Upright and Square.
1881- Bo-ton (MJass.) Expocsition-First
Prize for Square Grand,
1878-Paris Exposition-For Square sai
l876--Phila'dephia Centennial-For Squs.
Upright and Grand.
And also over
200 FIRST PREMIUMS
at State and County fairs.
Have the endorsement of over 100 different
Colleges and &lhools as to their durability.
A large assortment of ScoND-HD Pug
os always on hand. General wholesale
agents for Palace, New England and Bar
delt OrIans. -
rianos and Organs sold on easy mouthly
Pianos talgn in exchange. also thoronghb
v repaired. Send for fllustrated Piano or
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rpiHE COUNTY AUDITOR (of N-3u91
.sentative) will be at the subgomne
places, for the purpose of receiving Rdiaiw
of Personal Propearty on the days fi3ed in th's
No returns will be taken of any Real .Ertais
except in such cases, where there is ehangs
by purchase or sale; improremnents or d16
trction of property by lire ko, Sueh chang
es miust be carefully noted.
All persons not handing in retrasby the
20th of Februatry, 1887, will be lined by the
addition of a penalty of 50. per cent.
Persons between the ages of 21 and 61
years are liable to Poll Tax, except in a.
Fultn, Turr rzday, 6th Januar
I Iody's Corner, Fridaiy, 7thJfuary,
TindIa's Mill, Mionday; 10th 1anuary,
Srotis, Tuesday, 11th January.
Brrnson X Roads, Wednesdaiy. 12th Jan.
D 1. Levr's Thursday, 13th January.
Srmma:ton, Friday, 14th Januar?.
DnJe Sto.re, Mon-lay, 17th Januarf,
Frestou, Tuesday, 18th January.
Wilson's Mill, Wednesday, 19th Januay.
Brailsford's Store, Friday,. 21st Januy.
McFaddins, (Midway) Monday, 2tth falv
Bonsy Tumesfay, 25th January.
WJ.Gibbons, Wedhoeday, 26th .1a6t
leuiah Church, Thursday, 2'7th Janmmy.
Betidehem Church, Friday, 28th Janary,
peWhile nfal ling other appintenents
the offee will be open in Manning.
D). J. BRADlHAM,
Auditor Clarendem Constp.
Dec 3rd, 1886.
Additional Appointments of
the County Auditor,
The followi:.g additional appoint~nents
have lieen made by Captain D. J7.Banna
for the listing of property:
David L~e s, Saturday, 29tth January.
Harvixn's Dei ot, Wednesawy, 2nd lebru
Mrs. Spencer Windhami's, Frnday, 411h of
Fulton, Monday, 7th of Februr.
iJedge's Corner, Tuesday 8th Februr,
D. JT. BRADHAM,
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