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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2,1887
TERMS OF St HNCRII''O:
One Year, in Advance $1.50. or S:..00 at
she Erpiration of Six Months.
Advrtieew-nts.--Per Square, first in-.
Each subsequent iniertion. 50c.
pf- Contract Advertising at reduced
Auctioneer's Sale-James L. Rowe.
Registration Notice-S. P. Holla
Blue Jeans Tobacco-Moses Levi.
Groceries and Millinervy-Mrs. A.
Annual Report-H. H. Huggins.
Notice of Homestead-James E.
Davis, Clerk of Court.
Court convenes Monday the 14th,
The Board of County Commission
or meet to-day.
Read the call for the meeting of the
Clarendon Agricultural Society.
Miss Pauline James, of Cheraw, is
on a visit to Miss Hessie McDowell.
The report of the County Treasurer
is excellent reading for tax-payers.
The Blue Jeans tobacco for sale at
Levi's is popular with "chowers."
ARE 'YOU MADE miserable by Indiges
tion. Constipation. Dizziness. Los.s of Appe
tite. Yellow Skin? Shiloh's Vitalizer is a
For others' sake, if not for your
own, have regular hours and keep
See the advertisement of the Su
pervisor of Registration, Mr. S. P.
SHILOHS CURE will immediately re
lieve Croup, Whooping Cough and Bron
"'he elephant is never troubled
with baggage when he is traveling
his trunk is always "on a head."
Some one wants to know wby
spikes were placed on the head of the
Goddess of Liberty. To keep her
hair up, of course.
Earthquake insurance, which is in
vogue in Italy, is proposed as a sort
of companion for cyclone insurance
in this country.
"HACKMETACK." a lasting and fragrant
perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents.
When guests declare they wish to
be treated as "one of the family,"
nothing would astonish and displease
them more than to be taken at their
Mr. R. F. Milligar, of Panola, was!
in town Monday and paid his respects
to the Tnrsof oce. We are alwrys
pleased to meet such energetic, active
and successful business men as Mr.
A teacher, in catechising her class
of boys at Sunday-school, asked:
"Who was the strongest man?" A
little chap of eight years answered,
without a moments hesitation: "Sul
livan, now ask me who is the best
Died Jan. 23rd, 1887, in Fort
Gaines, Ga., Dr. James E. Easterlinq,
in the 65th year of his age. The Ad
rertiaeer, published at Fort Gaines,
pays this'tribute to Mr. Easterling's!
character: "He was a man of genial
manners, and a cultivated, high ton
ed christian gentleman."
The annual report of the County
Treasurer, prepared by his efficient
Clerk, Mr. J. G. Huggins, is publish
The recent Legislrture has reduced
the printing charges for these reports
one-half, and now, as is very justly
remarked by the Palmetto Post, their
publication is no more than "a labor
A NASAL INJECTOR free with eh bot
tle of Shiloh'uiCatarrh Remedy. Price 5
It is gratifying to learn that the
"Dime Readings" are to be revived;
and we take pleasure in announcing
that there will be an entertainment
of this character, together with an
oyster supper, on Friday evening,
Feb. 5th, at the Grove Academy, for
the benefit of the Presbyterian
Last Thursday being the day set
apart by the Presbyterian Church
for religious service, in behalf of the
wouth of the land, services were held
'mud well attended in the Manning
?resbyterian Church. The Rev. Mr.
Mc. McDowell preached a most excel
lept and appropriate sermon.
A splendid opportunity is present-.
ad to equip a military company in
Manning. If a company can be organ
ized the Adjutant General has prom
ined to furnish the arms and accoutre
ments. The young men of the town
have not been slow in giving expres
sion to their willingness to utilize the
opportunity. A list with nearly aj
hundred names to it has already been
procured and a meeting appointed fcr
next Friday evening. The rendez
vous is the lower story of the TrMEs
building. IRemember the time and
the place, All should attend.
Omnsso.-In copying last week
the reportorial interview with Hon.
James E. Tindal and a reporter of the1
Necs and Cour'ier, these words were
"Dr. Tindal was the author of both
these bills, and did much by his con
servative course and wise counsels to
secure the passage of both in the
House without opposition."
The bills spolen of are the two
agricultural binls-the. experimental
station bill and time bilk rferriug to
nh anizast+on of the Ag cueltnral
bureau. This is a high complient
to Mr. Tindal, and its omissiou was
in no wise intentiondl. It escaped
the printer, and being a separatb sen
tence, the omission passed unnoticed
by the proof reader.
Xr. Mason Explains Satlsfactorily the
Failure of His Troupe to Perform in
EDITOR oFTIMF:-It was not until
after I had been detailed and sent,
to make preliminary arrangements;
for the Foreston troupe to visit Man
ning. and had published it through
your paper, that the inability of two
or three of the members to meet the'
appointment was made known. They,
constituting some of the most impor
tant characters in our plays, conse
quently put a stop to our proposed
Neglect and press of business caus
ed the non-appearance of an explana
tion in last week's issue. And I here
by offer an apology to the citizens of
Manning and the public, assuring
them that unavoidable circumstances
only prevented the fulfilling of the
Bngagement. C. If. MASON.
Foreston, S. C., Jan. 30, 1887.
If we gave a column to the Youth's 6on
ranion Annonneement, we could scarcely
numerate the attractions it promises for its
ixty-first volume. Seral stories of adven
mre and dome4tic life, including the eight
rize stories for which $5.000 has recently
een awarded. Narratives of travel by cele
brated explorers. biography, history, scienco.
bygiene. recreation -- and many more sub
jects. are represented in it.
We are not surprised at the ompnion hav
ing nearly 400,000 subscribers when we see
how it provides something of interest for
every member of the family. The (4."npanion
is published weekly, and fully illustrated.
[ta subscription price is $1.75 a year.
Fragments from Foreston.
FoREgsToN, January 31st, 1887.
Dzit Tixs: We have nothing of
interest to write this morning-fine
weather at last-the farmers are mak
ing some effort towards another crop.
Had interesting services in the
.ethodist Church yesterday, it being
-ommunion season. The Rev. A.
Nettles preached an able sermon, af- i
er which the sacrament was adminis
tered by the pastor, Mr. Porter, as
isted by the first named preacher.
Visitors for week ending Jan. 29th:
Misses Ella Workman and Julia
Kuppe, of Forestville, Marion, S. C.
Simmons Liyer Regulator
1 what the name indicates a "IRegulator" of
:hat most important organ, the Liver. Is
your Liver out of order? Then is your
whole system deranged. the breath offensive,
rou have headache, feel languid, dispirited.
nd nervous, no appetite, sleep is troubled
md unrefre'hing. Simmons Liver Regula
or restores the healthy oction of the Liver.
;e thot you get the Genuine, prepared by
T. H. Zeilin & Co.
The Clarendon Agricultural Socie
yv will hold a meeting on Saturday
he 26th day of February, now, in
Manning at the Court House. It is
n important meeting and all the
:lubs in the county are expected to be
represented. Officers and the special
members of the Executive Committee
are to be elected, and arrangements
made for the future work of the Socie
J. E. TINDAL,
J, E D.avs, President.
WHY WILL YOU congh when Shilho's
Cure will give immediate relief. Price 10
ts., 50 ets., and $1.
MISS VAN ZANDT.
It is astonishing, says one of our
marriageable citizens, that Miss Van
Zandt, the Chicago heiress, would be
so excessively and cold-bloodedly de
termined to follow the anarchist
"Spies" to the very gallows, with ma
trimonial intents, prepense and afore
thought, having the lovely prospect of
obtaining only the carcass of a felon,
as a reward for her trouble and persist
ence. Why, be it known unto her that
there are sundry persons of the male
persuasion here, and of any age, whose
fortunes and estates have been in a
state of perpetual anarchy who would'
save her the trouble of straying hither
and yonder like a lost spirit, by going
for her and her money at once. Men
surely must be scarce in her country
and as hard to reach as the fabled fruit
of the garden of Hesperides.
It is the duty of every person who
has used Rochee's German Syrup to
let its wonderful qualities be known
to their friends in curing Consump
tion, severe Coughs, Croup, Asthma,
Pneumonia, and in fact all throat and
lung diseases. No person can use it
without immediate relief. Three doses
will relieve any case, and we consider
it the duty of all Druggists to recomn
mend it to the poor, dying consump
tive, at least to try one bottle, as 80,
000 dozen bottles were sold last year,
and no one case where it failed was
reported. Such a medicine as the
German Syrup cannot be too widely
known. Ask your druggist about it.
Sample bottles to try, sold at 10 cents.
Regular size, 75 cents. Sold by all
Druggists and Dealers, in the United
States and Canada.
FOR DYSPEPsIA and Liver Complaint,
you have a printed guarantee on every hot
tle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never tails to
SHL.OH'S CATARRH REMEDY-a poa.
itive cure for Catarrh, D'iutheria, and Qan
THE REV. GEO. H. THAYER, of Bour
bon, Ind., says: "D'.th m.--self and wi ie owe
our M..s to i'TTJaLTT'S C'CuNiT.TTION
I will sell to tle hightst bi.luler for cash
in front of the Court House on February 71,
for partition aiion the owneirs, onLe tweh C
horse power Talbott & Sons Steamt Endgnle
with lliler and lixtures: on.: Winship 61
saw Gin and one Cotton Screw, as now I -
cated upon the "Bacon Hill" plantation.
J. L. IWE,
A R T H UR'S
G reatly enlarged for 1887.
The BEs-r magaizine of its class,
Clean! Wide-Awake! Cheap
Price, $2 00 a year. Large
discounts to clubs. Saipic cop
ies of previous issues FREE.
Sample copies of current num
bers 10 cents each (half price),
T. S. ARTHUR & SON,
State of South Carolina, Court of
Clarendon County. I Common Pleas.
Henry H. David. Plaintiff,
Elizabeth Jones. Ellen Walsh, Sarah A.
David, George J. Brown, Satuuel C. C. Ri:ch
ardson; and Mary David, Ellen J. David,
tuth David, Emma M. David, and Anna S.
-OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
under and by virtue of an order of
Judge T. B. Fraser; dated January 11, 1887,
made at Chambers, in the above stated case,
[ will sell to the highest bidder, for cash, at
the Court House in Manning, in said Coun
yv. and State, within the usual hours of
ale on Monday the 7th day of March
1887, a certain parcel or lot of land situate
in thu Town of Manning in the County of
Cirendon and State aforesaid, containing
-ne acre, more or less, known as the "Bar
Seld lot," and bounded as follows, to wit:
n the cast by West Boundary street of said
rown of Manning. south by lot of land,
now or formerly, the property of Miss Mary
E, Setzer, and bounded on all other sides
by the property formerly occupied by Alfred
Setzer and family, and said to be owned by
the wife and children of the said Alfred
Setzer. The parcol of land thus described
s the whole of the lot formerly owned
by W. A. Barfield.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
H. H. LESESNE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Feb. 2nd, 1887.
I will be at the Court House (Clerk's of
ace), the first Monday in every month, to
rlow persons coming of age since the last
election to Register and to atte.nd to other
S. P. HOLLADAY,
Supervisor of Rtegistraticen. Clarendon
County. P. 0. address, Panola. b. C.
Every reader of this paper who aims
to buy machinery can learn how to
save money if he will send his name
on a postal card to the "Dixie," Co.,
Atlanta, Ga. A sample copy of "Dix
ie," the handsomest industrial journal
in the country, will be sent him free
of charge. State just what kind of
vou want and don't delay'. Send at
o1ee. It only costs one cent to send us~
a postal card and you will get informa
tion that will save you many dollars.
Address 'TiHE 4D111E" Co.,
"Constitution" Building, Atlanta, Ga.
G. ALLEN H UGGINS, JR..
siir Oflice on Street South of Court
Dr H BAER,
Wholesale Druggist, Nos. 131 & 133
Meeting street, Charleston, S. C.'
Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Foreigi
ald Domestic Chemicals, Glassware,
Spices, Brushes, Essential Oils, Sur
gical Instruments, Perfumery, Fancy
Goods, SHOW CASES, of all sizes,
and all articles usually found ina
First-class Drug House. Prices lon~
Quick sales and small profits.
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+*-VOLINA CORDIAL CURES SICK-HEADACHE,
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+-VOUNA CORDIAL CURES DYSPEPSIA,
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It is delightful and nutritious as a general Tonic.
Volina Almanac and Diary
for 1887. Alziund.Arue. coznplete
and useful BooK. telling how to CURI
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1ailed on receipt of a 2c. postage stanp. Addres
VOLINA DRUC& CHEMICAL CO.
SALTIMORE, MD., U. S. A.
J, G. Drir.i s, K11 D. EEUBEN,.1'. LORYE.A
We take pleasure in announcing to
our friends, and the public generally.
that we are now fully prepared to sup
ply them with
Ture Drugs and edicines.
Painits. Oils. and (i(lass.
Fancy and Toilet ;Articles,
Fine Cigars and
and in fact everything usually kept in
First Class Drug Store.
Our higlhest aim shall be to dis
pense standard Drugs and -3edicine.
of the utmost Purity and Sbength, at
the lowest prices.
Pbysicians' Prescriptions carefully
compounded by day or night.
J. G. DINKINS & CO.
JOSEPH F. RHAME,
Att ozney at Iaw.
Manning, S. C.
.Tanuary 19, 17.
JOI-N S. WILSON,
Attorney and Counsehlor at Law,
MOISE & HUGGINS,
Manning, S. C.
Office South of Court House.
A . I.3DV"I
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
3Ianning, S. C.
a'Notary Public with seal.
J. E. SCOTT,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Mrnning, s. C
W. F. B. HAYssw.to1TH, iiter, S. C.
B. s. Disss% MANI t".."ti C.
HAYNSWORTH & DINKINS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
IManning, S. Ce
F. N. Wilson,
INSURANCE AGEN T
MANNING, S. C.
Fast Line between CH.tRLxsroN AND
COLUBIA AYD rrPEn SOc-r CAnoLuxA.
CIorsG 'WEST. GUING EAS-r.
7.20 .t. ii.jLv. Charleston, 8. C. Ar. 9.1) P. M.
8.40 "Lanes, " " .4
9.33 " "Sumter, "* .4.
10.40 "Ar.iColnmnbia, "'Lv 5.2)7
3.02 r. mx. Winnsboro, " 1-3.8"
418 - Chester,. 24
6.05 " "Yorkville, " l " 1.5 ax
70" |Lancaster " "700"
53" "|Rock ill, " " j.)2 P M
6.15 " |harlotte, N. C. " 1.00
12.48 e tj Ar. Newberry, S. C. Lv 3.04 x
242 " Greenwood, " "12.44"
60 " Lanrens, "i 9.10 )
447 i Anderson, " "10.22
-.3 " " Gre.'nville, " 9.454
6.33 I ~a~lhalla, I " .20 -
410 " Abbeville. " i" 1.0 "
320 " Spartanburg" "12.10)r)
71 " Henderson'l NC'" 7.10 t x
On Sundays train will leave Charl..ston,
S. , 8 .5 A. M., arrive (Columbia 1.0) 1.
M. Returning lenves (Columbia 5.27 P. 3.
arries C harleston 9.45 P. M.
Solid Traiins between Charleston and Col
umbia. S. C. Special Pairlor Cars attachied to
Sthis train between Charleston and C'lrmt.
ia No extra charge for e:tt inThes
ar' to pasengers hold.4 First C' is ti ck
T. V. Emz.:sox.
GJ 'l Pr. ant
WILMINGTON, COL., AND AUGUSTA R. . CO
I~~~~~ ):, _______DIv.
L.-.Lke Wareamaw.0~ . 41A M1 -: V . -1 -.
Leave . a.. 31.. i ........ .. i-: \ \. 11.24 -. -Nl
Arrivt Flre .. .............. I . . X . M . .15 1'. M. 23 A. M.
.\rriv#. Sum tetr............ .. 1.12 _ . 1.21 A . -.
Arrive. Cohunh11ia. . ... ........ .1~,P'....40 A. 31. C41 A.
TII UlNS IN(M \R Tl
D- il ll. I' -
Lae ..lm................. r... P. 4t.- .....
Arrive Sim t,:-............... 11.), .11. 2-41 P. . -.-- ..-- ..-- ..- - .
Letvo F!oree. ............. 4.4 .. 4.30 . M- -10 P. -.
Leavt . 4m n ....... ...... 5. A. 8 .12 P. m..
Leave La4k. W e m w...... 7.i .T I 1 i.-, P. V. 10-11 P- f
Arrive Wil'ninvtmt .n........ 8.-10 . q . - '. _1. I . 11.2-> -
Nos. 2:1 and 7S Stops at ail St J.nnS except liegiter. 1:enezer. Caino Nrainal, Wat.erve
'asrs,% for Columbia in- all points on C. & G. R. R.. C., C. & A. R.. . statiol.
Aiken .Juntio:. anid all point i ', m *ti-yon uld take No. 48. Pullman Sie.-per for
Augusta on thi train.
J. R. KENLY, JOHN F. DIVINE,
Sup-t Tranz. Gien'l Supt.
T. M. E.XERSON, Gen-'l Passgenger Agnt.
NORTH-EASTERN R. R. CO. OF S. C.
a .'U (l he TH.
N. 1.No. '2..; . No :17.
DatedI Dec. 12th. I81'. Old No. 42. b1.l No. 48. ()b1 No. -1).
Daiy.Daily. Da" ly.
Leave Fh-,1orvne- .. c .* .7 ... 1 5 1 A-.
Leave Nigstree......... 12 46 . 1 4:1 2 :1')
Leave Lane ............... I 10 -- 2057 " 25 o
Arrive Chl . ......... : 4_- 1111
N I :1 runs sabd dily. exp Sun i'.. n N 53 NSuiiay only, from olubi:L toi
Cimrleston, via Snmot.. and Lans,.. b-avinig Colmalia 5.27 n. m..:arrive Cb: rle-ton l.-15 11 m11.
No 0 . 's 66. t;.
01h No. 17. Ol No.. - Old No. 4;.
Dilv. Da.ix .Iail-v.
Le~ ' a l s o ...... ...... 12-2--1 .1. 11. - -3 . r
Le,-ave in.'...... .......... . ...........-....... 2 1 3
Leave Kingstree.......... 1 DA.; 2.50 "; :3"
Arrive Florenc. .......... 4 3 4_10 7 o
No.52 leaves Charletoni laulv. eXcejt SundIV. 7 0 A'. N1., antd inns solidl to Co0iITlIubni
Via Lanes and Sumter, ir ivin Columbia 1) 55 A. M. No. 54 leaves Charleston .4iudays
mily at 8..15 A. IT.. arriving Columbia 1 ) P. M.
Nos. 15, 23 anil 27 m.-ke conn.'ection at Ashly Junction with C.. & S. R. R. for Savannah
mil Floridla points.
Nos. 78, 6e and ;2 run solid. to Wiluington. N. C., making close cornnection with W. &
W. R. R. for Norfolk. ite.rsburg. R1hhmnd, Washington, Baltimore, Philialelphia, Now
york, and all points North.
No. 61 connects at Florence with train from Walesboro and all points on C. & D. and
& S. Itailroads.
J. R. KENLY,1 JNO. F. DIVINE. T. M. EIMERSON.
Sup't Tr:ns. ;.n-1 Sup't. Gen' Passengir Aizt
GROCERIES! GROCERIES GROCERIES!
At tb.e Lovwest Prices.
Candies and Confectioneries.
Ladies' and Misses' MILLINERY GOODS in
M rs. Edwards' IS THE PLACE!
Everythinilir 'old at the Cheapest Prices.
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR If, BE SURE THAT YOU GET IT.
Venable's Blue Jeans.
--Made of Finest Old
JMan L O~W T OB A C C O.
rg 1>ery Phig Guarantee I to Please. or Money will be Re
fun.Ued. For sale by ]Moses Levgi.
Feb. 2. 27.
NEW LONDON, Conn.
-. Manufacturers of the Old
Reliable Brown Cotton Gins,
two brush belts, steel bearings,
improved roll boy, patent whip
per, extra strong brush. New
perfected Feeder, enlarged dust
Strong, durable and simple
in construction. Gins fast, runs
lght, and cleans the seed per
Sen for Circular and Prioe
WITH BUTTON-HOLE -l
PA TENTS Notice !
CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS AND COPYRIGHTS All Persons haven claims against the
Obtaine*d, and all other bus.nine ss in the V. their accounts duly attest..d, and persons in.
S. Pat.ent Ofhice aitte.nded to for .1/1/11:- debted to s..id estate wiU make paymont at
sd .lIiEL vi: 1:.1 INiG. We> ad onc to the undersigned, who are the Ex.ecu.
vise as to paten:.bility tie of chre : aind tors of sid will.
e. mak. N" (11.1/:.E CSLF.S W E (- sDITP.3 FR.\NCIS,
T.1X I'1 TEST- FRANK FRANCIs.
We refer hov to th.- Postmtaster, th. Supt . Jnr~aav 1lith, lei. 3'.
of \oney Order Div..a and ti otheis of thec
. S. Pa.tent. (flic. For (irculr, adlvice
terms and refe.rences to actual clets ini
your~ own State or (Counct:. write to TONSORIAL AR~.T?ST.
C. A. SNOW & CO.,
Opposite Patent Otieec, Washinigton,D). C- I hav opne a first-clas. Shav ing Sa.loo n
-- -________ _____ -at the FEnterprise otlice,. and solicit the pat
ronage of the ctizens5 of MAanning and com
A. McO obb, Jr., "'m'n ShrCtig
GENERA.L -:-? special attentio.n given to children.
COMMIISSION MERCHANT, C. C. REDIC.
Lime.Cemen. Plster aris Heir Fir
Land la tr-r anai Eastern Jay,
Agenit for White's Englsh Port
land Cement. ~ -'tr..'*'i4T~cui cnoS
No.. 198 EMw IAY. Cr1.W.1 T isin: ,B-.:reau(10L NEW iYRcDS.
1.) M:-rLo; ST T,- Charleston, S.-C.
o -Ar t. For
STn.;; . XIB- PIUir
;ATT Lf R
AVERtY-& ?LWT'S T1 3H;
pwOni Mo-M KtdEeupers.
Maiufacttired in Faye villi. N. C.. Eerf
Tvol absulutely xarreed and
if broken.-will be
Mlke Dealerx lir
Hoop Iron. Hors- ai: Male Silo'. WY
and Tiinvaro. Coopers thwls. Miuers
Tools, Cutlery,.Glts ad'Spors
Price iate oiL application.
GRAND,- UPRIGliT, & SQUARE,
UNSI :PA~SED IN
Tone and Durability.
185. ,S-w Orleans Expovition. -wo Gold'
Medliah, for Uptight and Square.
1881- Boston (Ma-S.) lEpositioi-Ptrr
Prize for Squar, Graud'.
IS78--Paris Expaition. --For Siluare andt
l b7t'.--Phi!luelphi a CentenniS o4r Square,.
F pright and Grn'd.
And also over
200 FIRST' PREn1UMS.
at State and County Fairs.
,IavO the endorsement of over 100 differenr
Colleges and Sohools as to their durability.
! . large assortmnuit of SF.C'ONDo-HA- Pri.2
I os alwvays oi hand. General wholeae
aients for Palace, NeW Eiglnd and Bar.
Pianos and Organls-sold oil casy monthly
Piuaos taken in exchange. also thorougb,
I ly repaired. Send for Illus.trated Piano os
CIAS. M. STIEFF,
9 N. LibertyStreet,
IMSS FiM MIE
."I have used Simmons Uver
Regnlator ibr many years, hav
ing made it my only Family
Medicine. My mother before
me was very partial to it. It Is
a safe, good andl reltMal medi
cine for any disorder of the
system, and if used inx time is
o grerst pr..esnHee of sd*ness.
I ofen recommeond It to my
friends,. and shall continue tio
"Rev. James r. Rollins,
"PastorM. E.Church, So. ificd.Va.
TiME AND DOCT0R8' BILLS SAVED ogr
always. keeping S5mmenss L6ew'
Regulator in the house.
"I have found Slmmons IAver
Rogulator the best farntly med
icine I ever used for anything
that may happen. have used 1.1'
i n Indiges4on, C'o~e, 1*jrrha.&,
liousess, and found it to ry
lieve nmmnediatoly. After ee.
ing a hearty supper. If,. on going'
to bed. I take abulOt a teapoon
ful, I never feel the effects of
the supper eaten.
"OV'ID G. SPA RKS,
" Ex-lnayor Macon. GQ&?
MrO NLY GE N U INEU
Hlaiaour ZStamp on front of Wrapes
J. H. Zeilin & Co., Sole Proprietots,
Price. eS.oO. PrUranztrFAr. PA.
TrlHE COUNTY A DITORt ior his repr
sentative) will be at the subjoine
plaeos for the purpose of receiving Rdrne'
*i I"-wu Proa'lI'.perty on the days fixed in th
No returns will he tolhen of' any )Eal Ese
excent in such eases, where there is change
by. purchase or sale: imiprovemlents or des
tructionl of property by fire &c. Such chang
esi must be' careaflly note. .
All persons not handing in returns by the
20th of February. 188S7, wIi be fined by the
addition of a penalty of 50l per eent,
Persons between the asges of 21 anad flOP
-years tare liable to Poll Ta;, except in cse
Fulton, Thursday, (eth January
Hodlg's Corner, Friday, 7th Jnnuary.
Tindal's Mill, Maonday, 10th January..
Sprott's. Tuesday. 11th Jaxnairy.
Brunson X 1Rnadma, Wednesday, 12th. Janm
D. Levi's, Thnraday, 1.3th Janunary.
Summnerton, Fraiday, 14th January.
Duflies Store, Monday. 15th Jannary.
Foreston. Trucsday, 18th .Jaunary.
Wilson's Mill.. Wednesd~ay,. 19th January..
Brailsford's S-ore, Friday, 21st January.
Mcladdins, (?fidway) Monday,. 24th Jan-.
liy"kin's, Tuesday, 25th Jam ary..
F W .:J. Gibbons, Wedne~sday. 26th Jans.
Benlah Church,. Thu~rsday. 27th Jan uary.
iiethle'hem Church. Fri~dty. Wth Jannry.
r4eWhiI' nlot ti.i- otir :. painamnents.
the office will be open in Manieg.
D). J1. B.LIAIDHAM,
Auaditor 'lairendlon Ceny.
Dee .3rd, 1%s.
AdditionalI A ppointments of'
the County Amditor.
The foll'wiag .dchtonal atppoinltment.
hve been 'made by Captoin D. J. Bradhnm:
for the :st nig of prop.s ty:
Iaid aL - C , :-atur' ly,' :ftht Janlhary.
}j'arvin 's Dei ot, WVe in.aa, 2nd Febru
Mrs. Spencer Windl(ham'sI, Frihay, 4t~h of'
Fulton. MLonday', 7th of 'brar..
Rodge's Corner, Tuesday hth February.
D. J1. BIIA DHA M,