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WEDNESDAY, FEBiARY 9,1887
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Next Monday is St. Valentines day,
and Court day too.
The County Commissioners will
meet next Wednesday.
R Pressley Barron, Esq., is attend
ng court at Kingstree.
Several neat cottages have been
erected by energetic colored citizens
in the part of our town towards the
Our town is popular with commer
cial travelers. Every train brings
some of these gentlemen of the trade
among us. It speaks well for busi
The cold Saturdiay did not keep our
country neighbors at horne. There
was a large purchasing crowd in town,
trade was brisk, and the merchants in
a good humor.
Dr. G. Allen Huggins, Sr.. has been
quite ill for a number of days. This
entire community and Dr. Huggins'
friends everywhere, with the warmest
sympathy, await anxiously Dr. Hug
gins' speedy recovery.
Messrs. Smythe & Adger published
in Tuesday's News and Courier their
reasons for refusing advances to
Messrs. Turner & Bro. Their article
will have a place in this paper next
Our contemporary, the Enterprise,
bas been taken in by the immense
canard gotten off by the Bishopville
Enterprise, about Mr. Josiah Gander
being butchered alive by Mr George
m Focks. It was only a fox eating a
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dypepsia
,.d Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vitalizer is
guaranteed to cure you.
The Tuns subscribers in arrears
would express their 'appreciation of
the editors' labors in their behalf in a
most acceptable way, by taking advan
tage of Court week to pay their sub
scriptionFe. Jury tickets wil be re
ceived at theirface talue.
We understand that Rev. J. W. Per
ry is expected to visit Manning very
soon preparatory to accepting a call
from the Baptist Church here. This
is eratifying news to the M faningites
with whom Mr. Perry is deserve~dlv
ponpular on account of his splendid lit
erary attainments and exemplary char
LAma: We are requested to an
ionee that Mr. Perry will preaeh in
th Manning Baptist Church next Sun
day at 11 o'c"lc in +ba morning. and
at Foreston in the evening of the same
. We learn from Messrs. C. A. Snow
& Co., patent 'ttorneys at Washinz-'
ton, that the following patents have1
been issued for South Carolina during
the past week :
Plow, to W. M. Brunson of Darling
ton; Churn, to C. C. Davis of Mercer;
Insect Catching Attachment, to 3. S.
Eze11 of Woodruff; Tonic Pill, to S.
Lloyd of Darlington.
SLEEPLESN 1IGHTS. made miserable
byr that terrible cough. Shiloh's (lure is the
remedy for you.
A gentleman in New Orleans was
agreeably surprised to find a plump
turkey served up for his dinner, and
inquired of his servant how it was ob
tained. "Why, sah,' I replied Sambo,
"dat turkey war' roostin' on our fence
three nights; so dis mawnin' I seize
him for de rent of de fence."
B. Pressley Barrofl, Esq., and E. H.
Williams Esq., have formed a copart
nership for the practice of law in this
county. Mr. Williams will reside
here and occupy the office now used
by Mr. Barron when visiting this
place. These gentlemen are well
known lawyers, and the firm will be a
A Strange Attachment.
A hog on the premises of Mr. D. E
Hodge, of the Fork of Black River,
has exhibited the [strangest of pas
sions toward a number of young pups
that have been deserted by their
~oter. Attracted by the distressed
-""'ei of the pups, mother hog went
among them with consolatory grunts
and soothing nose caresses. She kept
this up till the pups became accustom
ed to her presence, then gently laying
down, with her feet she dragged the
pusto the nursing bottle. The pups
t first were inclined to make off but
at last the little fellows took on to
mother hog, and now they nurse at
her bottle, follow her all the time and
are protected by her motherly care
from the cold at night.
This is an unparallelled instance of
attachment in the history of hogs. Its
truth is vouched for by Mr. D. E
Frty Save One, or the Lunatic Asylum.
In the Jordan neighborhood of this
county there is a large powerful look
ing negro answering to the name of
Henry Jones, who declares that he is
a prophet of God, ordained to reveal
the future to his colored brethren.
Be roams among the ignorant negroek
of Jordan and the Santee section, tell
ing them the most -4urd stories
One of his prophecies is that there i
to be a famine two years hence, and
that a dIlar in gold won't be wortl
two quarts of corn. Jones tells his
people that his Jesus has commission
ed him to select twelve of the sister
of the church to be bis disciples and
follow him through the world. H<
has already procured one convert whc
accompanies him on his rounds, Oui
informant says that a great many oj
the negroes are believing Jones, and
growing wild over his predictions
The officers of the law should give
their attention to Jones, and if he it
insane he should be sent to the Luna
tic Asylum. otherwise, the citizens oi
Jordan and Santee would not ac
amiss in ridding themselves of thi
To Arms, Gentlemen!
An enthusiastic meeting for the
purpose of organizing a military com
pany in Manning, was held last Fri
day evening in the Timxs building. A
good crowd of young men were pres
ent, all brim full of military ambition
From the eager spirit displayed therE
can be no doubt but that Manning
will soon have a military company tc
boast of. Some good work was don(
towards effecting the organization
speeches breathing patriotism and
military glory were made, and the
commissioned officers elected. How
ever, the gentlemen elected have since
resigned giving as their reason that it
was not generally known there would
be an election of officers, and that the
choice of officers made might nol
meet the approval of others who ar(
to join the compauy. At anothei
meeting appointed for this evening
the entire list of officers are to bI
elected. They are a captain, a first
and second lieutenant,four sergeants
four corporals, and a color bearer
All those who have an interest are ex
pect to join the company, are expect
ed to be present this evening.
A daring robbery occurred at Rig
by's Yorkville store on the evening
of the 30th ultimo, whereby Major P.
T. Carraway sustained a severe loss
While Major Carraway was engaged
in the store, his bed room which is ii
the same!building was entered and
two large trunks containing his cloth
ing, jewelry, and other valuables, to
gether with a considerable sum ol
money were stolen. No clue as tc
identity of the robbers has been oL
It was expected to be a grand affair.
Prof, Potts an~d troupe were extenlsive
lv advertised with tiaminig hand bilh
t~o etitertai the people of Mannina
and country with a multitude of btnckL
-light of hand, etc., marvelous to be
old, and acting rivaling the celebrat,
ed Booth in Shakespeare's "Julia
Cesar." There was no little eclat
about the thing. Prof. Potts bad
most generously allowed the Manning
militia to share with him the proceeds
of the door. 'Then the militia tool
hold of the thing. Various commit
tees were appointed to advertise Prof
Potts and has big show. Well, the
time came; and owing to the exertions
of the committees a large expectani
crowd had assembled. Proi. Potts
after considerable delay-excusable
in so great a man--mounted a rickety
stage with a variety calico screen. Ai
eyes were wide open to see what the
oreat Prof. would do. Thbe Prof. witi
mperturbable gravity proceeded witi
the "choice programme." it was not
lng before people began to moi
nervously in their seats, and restlessi;
yawn. But Prof. Potts continued th<
"choice programme," which abou1
this time was generally pronounced
complete humbug. At last, when pa
tience was about exhausted, some one
veled "committee." This was a hap
py hit and until the "choice pro
gramme" was concluded the name o
"committee" was greeted with frequen
bursts of applause. The comutee
conspicuous on a front row, sat~ blush
ing to like the rose, 'till they wer
fortunately relieved by Prof. Pott
reaching the end of the "choice pro
The affair was a wholesale sell ani
Prof. Potts, and the "choice; pro
gramme," thrown in, declared a fraud
THAT HACKING COUGH can be s<
quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure.
Work for the Court.
The following cases will occuyy th<
time of the Court~next week :
Thos. E. Shannon, charged witi
John Butler, charged with hog steal
ing, robbery, assault with intent t<
ravish, and assault with intent to til
Philip Brunson, housebreaking an<
Alexander Pendergrass, rape.
George Humphrey, assault with in
tent to kill and carrying conceale<
William Godfrey, housebreakin
Sam Fleming, larceny of live stoci
Wesley Green, burglary and lar
Riley Wilson, burglary and larceny
Nelson Reed, malicious trespass.
J. T. Carr, false pretences.
Spanan Davis, arson.
Rick Henry, disposing crop unde
All are injail cept Mr. T. E. Shan
non, J. T. Carr Spann Davis, an
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A Good Book.
The bard working man of these
-days, has not the time to read, nor the
: money to buy the vast number of
l standard works now in general use
K and every day quoted. What he wants
is the choicest passages from this le
gion of books, culled out and publish
ed in book form, convenient for refer
ence, that he may familiarize himself
with the authors without wading
through their voluminous works.
"Master Thoughts of Master Minds,"
the title of a book sold by Mr. S. J.
Blackwell in this county and State
supplies this want. It is filled up
with select passages from all the grand
; authors from Dante's Inferno down to
Tennyson's "In Memoriam," conven
iently arranged for every day use, and
has in addition thereto a chronologi
cal table giving the date of the birth
and death of all the great men in liter
ature. It is a good book for every
household. Give Mr. Blackwell your
The Wonderful Healing Properties of
Darby's Prophylactic Fluid In Case
of Accidents, for Burns, Scalds,
Cuts, Wonnds, etc.
Its prompt use will invariably remove and
prevent erysipelas, Gangrene, or Proud
Flesh. Owing to the clensing and purify
ing qualities of the Fluid the most obstinate
Ulcers, Boils, Carbuncles. and .Running
Sores are rendered pure and healthy and
speedily cured, no other application being
We are indebted to Mr. Joseph
Sprott, Sr., for a bag of fine Rutabaga
and Cowhorn turnips, An average
size turnip of each kind was selected
and weighed. The cowhorn balanced
the scales at 5 1-2 pounds, and the
rutabaga at 4 pounds and ten ounces.
Mr. Sprott says he made 54 bushels
of rutabagas on a piece of ground
measuring 24 and a half compasses by
10 and a half. At this rate, the com
passes being 5 feet, the size of Mr.
Sprott's, on an acre of land he would
have made a fraction over 367 bushels.
The cowhorn, he says nearly doubled
in yield the rutabagas. Mr. Sprott
gives this statement of the cost of
making his turnips :
A half day with two hands to pre
pare the ground and plant .50
Half day with two hands to plow
with scraper, thin turnips, and
sow oats in every second turn
ip row .50
Half day with two hands to bank
Mr. Sprott believes, and from his
summing up of the cost of raising, he
proves, that turnip raising 'is a most
profitable crop. The oats which he
plants in his turnip patch must nearly
pay the cost of making and harvesting
the turnips and he makes good use of
his turnips too. He says he feeds
them to his milch cows and that they
prove most excellent food, besides
being a very profitable table
Mr. Sprott's success in planting
turnips should induce more of the
farmers of the county to give their at
tention to turnip raising. It seems
to be even a cheaper crop than pota
toes, and is just as good food for hogs
and better for milch cows. They can
be kept in banks during the winter
equally as well.
SHILOH'S VITALIZER is what you need
for Consumption, Loss of Appetite, Dizzi
ness, and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price
10 and 75 cents per bottle.
The Clarendon Agricultural Socie
Sty will hold a meeting on Saturday
the 26th day of February, now, mn
Manning at'the Court House. It is
an important meeting and all the
clubs in the county are expected to be
represented. Officers and the special
Smembers of the Executive Committee
are to be elected, and arrangements
niade for the future work of the Socie
-J. E. TINDAL,
J, E. DmVs, President.
- COUNTY AFFAIRS.
The School Commissioner has kind
Sly furnished this office with the follow
ing apportionment of the school fund
- School District No. 1, $643.97
. " "2, 626.70
" " " 3, 604.60
" " " 41 402.48
- " " 5, 424.64
S " " 6 36086
a " " 7, 343.67
" " " 8, 279.42
- " " 9, 534.48
,The County Auditor has, at consid
.erable trouble, prepared for the TmES
Sthe property delinquent at the close
of the late tax collecting period, by
. townships, separating the real from
the personal, and the poll from both.
It 13 thus given ;
SFulton-1485 acres, $2,855, person
alty, $650, and 13 polls.
Calvary-375 acres, $798; personal
-ty, $600, and 12 poils.
Friendship-329 acres, $845; per
sonaity, 600, and 24 polls.
St. Paul's-i82 acres, $457; person
alty, $568, and 13 polls.
Santee-108 acres, $340; personal
r ty, $1,035, and 16 polls.
St. Marks-150 acres, $622; person
Saly, $1,945, and 9 polls.
Concord-164 acres, $397; person
alty, $905, and 10 polls.
St. James-5O acres, $85; personal
.ty, $568, and 8 polls.
personalty, $3,065, and 21 polls.
Manning-330 acres, $885; persor.
alty, $1,835, and 24 polls.
Mt. Zion-1094 acres, $1,G28; per
sonalfy, $1.595, and 12 polls.
Brewington-386 acres, $773; per
sonalty. $825. and 14 polls.
Plowdens Mill-455 acres, $635;
personaity, $640, and 24 polls.
Harmony-1104 acres, $1,344; Per
sonalty, $270, and 6 polls.
Midway-396 acres, $858; personal
ty, $1,435, and 20 polls.
New Zion-65 acres, $85; personal
ty, $240, and 11 polls.
.Douglass- 20 acres, $60; personalty,
$350, and 9 polls.
Sandy Grove-200 acres, $265; per
sonalty, $205, and 7 polls.
Motts-1015 acres, $1,547; person
alty, $945, and 13 polls.
Total number of acres, 8,940; as
sessed value, $16,659; total personalty,
$16,276; total polls, $268.
This is very flattering in compari
son to the delinquent property of the
previous fiscal year, which amounted
to 19,022 acres, valued at $39,222 and
$28,942 of personalty, and 347 poll
As our people grow better off, we
hope to see the delinquent list grow
smaller and smaller, 'till property de
linquent on the tax books becomes an
anomaly. The cause of this decrease
may be attributed in part to the ex
tension of the time for- paying taxes.
At any rate it is a good showing for
the county and speaks of better times.
BALANCE SHEET OF THE COUN
TY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
B INSTRUCTIONS HERETOFORE
given by Dem. Ex. Committee of Clar
endon County, I publish the statement be
low made, showing disposition of funds re
ceived by me, as Treasurer of said Commit
tee, to wit:
Jons S. Wusos, Tauis. Wx Acc'r wrrn DZ=.
Ex. Coar. CzAnxmox Cors-rr.
Aug. 31. To amonntipaid by the two
candidates for Senator. $10 00
" To amount paid by 5 candi
dates for H. Rep. 2500
" To amount paid by 3 candi
dates for schl. com. 1500
To amount paid by 2 candi
dates for Tress. 1000
To amount paid by 5 candi
dates for Auditor 25 00
To amount paid by 5 candi
dates for Prob. Judge $2 10 00
" To amount paid by 14 candi
dates for Co. Com. $150 2100
Sep. 53. To amount turned over by
Jas. E. Davis, Ex Treas.
Dem. Ex. Com. 2G 30
Aug. 31. By amount paid for account
book $ 10
Sep. 18. By amount paid Manning
Times for advertising 2530
" By amountjpaid Clarendon
Enterprise for advertis'g 2970
Sep. 22. By amount paid to State Dem
Executive Committee 5000
Nov. 18. By amount paid W. B. Plow
den. Manager Fork box,
to pay house ront for
polling place 2 50
Nov.23. J. M. Montgomery, Manag
er State and County elec
tion, Fork Box, to pay
house rent for polling
place 2 50
Dec. 8. By amount paid W. C.White
for fixing election bores I .0
Feb. 7. By amount paid Manning
Times to p)ublish this
statement 2 50
"By amount paid Clarendon
Enterprise to publish
this statement 2 50
By balance 25 70
To balance on hand this date, $25 70.
JOH N S. WILSON.
Treas. Dem, Ex. Coin. Clarendon Co.
February 7, 1887.
State of South Carolina, Court of
Clarendon County. Common Pleas.
Henry H. David, Plaintiff,
Elizabeth Jones, Ellen Walsh, Sarah A.
David, George J. Brown, Samuel C. C. Rich
ardson; and Mary David, Ellen J. David,
Ruth David, Emma M. David, and Anna S.
N 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,
I will sell to the highest bidder, for cash, at
the Court House in Manning. in said Coun
ty. and State, within the usual hours of
sale on Monday the 7th day of March
1887, a certain parcel or lot of land situate
in the Town of Manning in the County of
Clarendon and State aforesaid, containing
one acre, more or less, known as the "Bar
field lot," and bounded as follows, to wit :
On the cast by West Boundary street of said
Town 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 parcel of land thus described
is 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
fice), the first Monday in every month, to
allow persons coming of age since the last
election to Register and to attend to other
S. P. HOLLADAY,
Supervisor of Registration, Clarendon
County. p. O. address, ranola, 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
gical Instruments, Perfumery, Fancy
Goods, SHOW CASES, of all sizes,
and all articles usually found in a
First-class Drug House. Prices low
Qucnalhesa and small profits,
WIL MINTON, COL., AND AUGUSTA . R CO
DATED DECE;.ER 12th, 13Sd>. No. 23, 1:
eavi Wiuiu gtton .......... I 0A . .
eave Lake Waccamaw ...... 41 A M 1.30 P. N1. I '13 P.
Leave Marion ............ 30.2..M. 11.24 P. M. A .
krrive Florence........... 11. 1 . 12.1 P. '. 1 .
rrive Sumter.............. 1. 2 'K. 4.24 A. 2% 1 Z - A
Irrive lunib'a7............. .0 P'M. M 6.4( A. M1. 1.0 . M.
_______________TRAINS OING NOR' H.____ _____
No. 78, No. 6, . No. 62,
Dnilv. Daily.1 Daily.
Leave Columbia .............3. . . M. 1.00 P. M. ..... -..
krrive Sumter ..............J1M-50 P.. 2.44 P. -t..
Leave Florence ..............4.45 A. x. 4.30 P. M. 81)P
Leave Marion................5.28 A. M. 5.12 P. AG P. M.
Leave Lake Waccamw . . 7.06 A. 3. 6.25 P. M. 0.1 P. M.
*rrive Wilmington........... .30 A. M. 8.30 P. -1. i11.25 P'. r.
Nos. 23 and 78 stops at all stions except Register, Ebenezer, Cane Savannah, Watere
Passngerq for Columbia and all points on C. & G. M M0 C., C. & A. R. . stations,
tiken Junction. and all points beyond should k1 No. 48. P8l.man Slceper fo
kug-usta on this train.
J. G. KENLY jo76 .1 r. DirIN,
Sup't Trans. Gen'l Supt.
T. . EEnd8soN, Gen'l Passenger Egent.
NORTH-EASTERN R. R. CO. OF S. C.
Conden ndd Scimdi'e.
S- ~TRAINS- GOING -SODTH, ____ ___
No 15, C No. 23. R o. . t
Dated Dc. 12th, 1880 Old i Nto.s b 2. Old No. 48. Pu ldaNo. 40.
Daily. Daily. Dil .
Leave Flore e ............ 11 35 A. n. 12 30 A. 3. 1 30.% 7.
Leave KinO -Stree ..........R..12 46 P.. 1 43 2 C.
Leave Lanes ............... 110 205 250
Arrive Charleston .............3 20 j 435 '* 5 ("o)
No 53 runs solid danily, except Sundiy, an~l No. 55 Sunday only, from (Olbiibia t(
Carleston, via Sumter and Lanes, leaving Columbia 5.27 p. nm., arr .ive Charleston 9.45 1) in
TIkINS GOING N0RTI.
No. 78 No. 6. No. 2.
D Old No. 42. Old No. 43. Old No 40.
Daily. Daily Dai.
Leave Charleston ............ .12 2.3 A. M: 12 05 r. 31 3 55 . u.
Leave Lanes................ .................. 230 15
Leave Kinestree............. 3 160 . ". 2 50
Arrive Florence............. 43 0 410 I 0"
No. 52 leaves Charleston daily, except Sund ay 7 00 A. 55 ., nd runs soli to unibi:
via Lanes and Sumter, ar iving Columbia 1055 A. p. No. 51 leaves Charleston 3nda.p
Dnly at 8.4.5 A. IT., arriving Columbia 1 00 P.M.
Nos. 15, 23 and 27 make connecti.on at Ashly Junction with C. & S. Ri. R. for Sa-,Fnnal
md Florida pointq.
Nos. 78, 66 and 62 rim solid to Wilmington. N. C., making close connection with W.
W. R. O. for Norfolk, Petersburg, Richmond. Washington, Baltimore, PhOldelphia, Ne.
York, and all p>oints North.
No. 66 connects at Florence with train from Wadesboro and all points on C. & D. an(
C & S. Railroads.
J. IL KENLY JN). F. DIINE, T.310. EMMERSON .
Sup't Trans. Gen'. S.p't.. Gen.. Pa.....n.er Agt
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Pianos taken in exchange. also tborough
ly repaired. Send for Illustrated Piano or
CHAS. M. STIEFF,
9 N. Liberty Street,
LOHe OT I
Compare this with ya parehmea.
Pr*. N Dollar
Asyo a.e ath, perhapsligfzle,- ach
acaeand be sure you get eeGenuine. See
t.edZ Trade-Xark and the fuU aitle
on front of Wpper, and on the side
the seal adtaareof J. H. Zeninb
Co., as in the abov fae-simile. Rem*-mber a
1.neather gnuiOinem--- IAer Regda5or.
Fast Line between CHamI.STos .um
CommwI.uN ?1 PPERin Sora C~unor.nu.
Gors'e Wxs-r. jGente FasT.
7.20. A.Lv. Charleston, S. C. Ar. 9.10 P.M.
,840 "|' Lanes, -. "7.45
9.33 " j Sumter, - " 6.42
10.40 -Ar..Columnbia, " Lv 5.27
3.02 P. x. " Winnsboro, " " 3.48
4.18 " " Chester, " "p2.45
7.01 " ,Lancaster " I" 7.00 "
5.03 " IRock Hill, " "I 2.02 P at
6.15- " jCharlotte, N. C.I " 1.00"
12.48 P' x Ar. Newberry, S. C.iLv' 3.04 P' a
2.42 - "Greenwojd, " -12.44 -
0.30 " " Laurens, " " 9.10&a x
4.47 " " Anderson, " " 10.22
5.3.5 " ' " Greeillie, " " 9.45 "
.33 " '" alhalla, " I" 8.20"
4.10 " Abberille, " ", 11.05"
3.20 "" spartanb " " 12.10 PM
7.10 "" Henderson' N C| 7.0011
On Sundays tra will leave Charleston,
S. C., 8.45 A. 31L, arie Columbia 1.00 P,
31 Returning leaves Columbia 5.27 P. M.,
arrives Chiarlest."n 9A45 P. M1.
Solid Trains between Charleston and Col
ubia, S. C. Spe~cial Parlor Cars attached to
this train between Charleston and Colum
bia. No extra charge for seat in these
cars to passengers holding First Class tick
T. ML. Exsos,
G.en'l Pa..s. A4gent.
I have opened a firsit-class Shaving Saloon
at the Enat'sprise os.ee, and solicit the pat..
ronage of the citizens of Manning and com
PaRCs--Hair Cutting. 25c.4 Shaving, 10e.;
.Ar Special attention given to chikken,
C. C. REDIC.
Mixxzio, S. C,
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